Good combinations in the garden: radishes, carrots, lettuce, and spinach

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Good combinations in the garden: radishes, carrots, lettuce, and spinach

 

 

To make a combination means to plant several complementary vegetable crops or flowers in the same row or section.

 

 

 

 

For example, in the same row with carrots, lettuce or spinach, you can combine a small radish. It has a different cycle than these other crops and does well with this technique. Its development cycle varies between 30 and 70 days after the sowing period. The radish will sprout faster than the vegetable it is combined with. In this way, your row will be visible much earlier, allowing you to weed with peace of mind, without the risk of disturbing the main crop.

 

When you harvest your radish, you will free up space for your carrots, spinach or lettuce.

 

 

 

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