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Who can guess the subject my upcoming series on this miracle plant for organic gardening?

This is 2 days after planting!

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Notice the little itty bitty clover seedlings as well!

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12 thoughts on “Who can guess the subject my upcoming series on this miracle plant for organic gardening?

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      • That’s a great strategy! I’ve been planting clover with the buckwheat in fallow beds. For garden edges I’ve been planting herbs and/or flowers that companion the garden beds contents. Eg: nasturtium and marigold for the asparagus beds, yarrow for blueberries, etc

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      • I plant red clover as it suits my local conditions well. I really just use it as weed suppression and as a nitrogen fixer.

        All of my companion flowers benefit the real crop as they are either a trap pests, attract pest predators, attract pests away from crops or directly help the crops. I made post waaaay long ago about it when I was planning the farm that I will revise and republish!

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      • Vetch is a good weed smother crop and nitrogen fixer. Mine is in flower right now and bringing in a lot of bumblebees and butterflies.

        Have you planted dill or coriander as a predator lure? Sometimes I mix in seeds of these or just let them grow randomly.

        You’ll have to update that post soon.

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      • Also with buckwheat, I plant a low-mid growing variety. I tried some “mammoth red clover” with the buckwheat and its adversely affecting it

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