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Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening (Anglais) Broché – février 1998

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The book that helps readers plan their garden planting right, so they can dramatically increase the bounty of their garden. "An informative, illustrated and practical guide."-- "Baltimore Sun"

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not impressed 23 mai 2011
Par Harout - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The title of this book is somewhat misleading. There is not much help or organized content for companion gardening in this book. Whatever useful info there is it is randomly scattered through the book. For example, if you like to know what goes well with tomatoes you have to go to six different pages from the index and hope to glean something.
There is a whole lot of content about the history and use of some vegetables and herbs. Though might interesting info it is not why I bought this book.
In short, the book is nor organized well and any material content is thin. I've also purchased "The Vegetable Gardener's Bible (10th Anniversary Edition)" and found that to be a tremendous help for companion planting because there is rich content that is organized and easy to find. So my recommendation is for you to skip this and buy the Vegetable Gardener's Bible instead.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 HIGHLY RECOMMEND COMPANION PLANTING -- IT WORKS 9 septembre 2016
Par Lynn G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
CARROTS LOVE TOMATOES: Secrets of Companion Planting book is great.

This was recommended at a workshop on planting and how to best organically avoid pests as well as strengthen the abundance of harvest naturally. So we purchased it. At first it seemed that perhaps it was giving too much credit to what is planted near what else. But, low and behold after following the secrets of companion planting and putting carrots next to tomatoes -- both plants benefited extremely. The most delicious carrots in abundance as well as tomatoes. So planted those marigold as suggested and low and behold once again an abundant harvest and goodness what beautiful flowers. Never knew a flower could help avoid an insect that is detrimental from attacking you plants, but it too worked.

Ironically the host of that workshop a year later asked about how we grew so many and such big carrots and the answer was the book she recommended it was a shock. CARROT LOVE TOMATOES,

So after actually practicing many of these ideas in this book, we can tell you first hand they work.

Matching vegetables and herbs to get more abundant crop growth or avoiding combinations of vegetables and herbs that inhibit each other's growth really WORKS.

Easy to read and useful information


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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Quite the Miracle I Expected 19 août 2009
Par A Christy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As an avid gardener for home use, I'm good enough at it to know I'm not as good as I should be. In the last few years I've been making a concerted effort to change my gardens into something more closed loop, sustainable, organic and productive. Not a small feat, I know, and so references of all sorts have been making their way through my hands.

Carrots Love Tomatoes was at the top of my list as it is considered "the" guide to companion planting. Companion planting, for those who don't know, is a way of planting things of different types together or apart based on whether or not they will assist each other, keep a certain pest or disease away, or if they are antipathic towards each other. The concept of interplanting folds nicely into companion planting and is a way of maximizing a limited garden space. So I read this book avidly when it arrived from Amazon.

I won't say that I was disappointed, but it wasn't all that I expected. For the beginner, there are questions that might have been better answered. Such as the advice to keep certain plants away from each other but not how far. Or the advice to plant a certain herb, say borage, near some types of plants for pest control yet not saying what the general range is per plant so one might know how much of a garden to dedicate to it.

It is a cute book in that it has lovely old fashioned snippets and hand drawn images. It is a relatively quick read, but easily referenced later for information you may want to double check.

As others have pointed out, there are some factual problems in the book. In particular, the fungi section can be misleading and I wouldn't suggest that anyone harvest any mushroom unless they are with a group of mushroom hunters and they've got experience.

Overall, despite the ongoing research into what plants really like to be planted next to other plants, this is a valuable little book to have in the truly complete gardener's reference shelf. It introduces concepts that increase the efficiency of home gardens and improves the ability of the home gardener to fill their pantry with the fruits of their labors...with less labor!

As for whether carrots love tomatoes or not, I can say that this year, my first year interplanting carrots and tomatoes, the carrots were smaller.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Okay, but there are better resources out there. 13 janvier 2010
Par Karuna79 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was a bit disappointed in this book. Not necessarily for the lack of information, but for the lack of organization in how the information was presented. It's a lot like someone just rambling on and on about their gardening practices. So, I decided to get out some notecards, and take notes using one card for each vegatable.

For example, if you want info on what plant or what not to plant with carrots, the information is spread the SEVERAL different parts of the book. One part recommends peas, a different chapter tells you to use tomatoes, etc. But once I took all my own notes from the book (and organized them) I had a good set of gardening tips. Although, some of her recommendations seemed like more of a "hunch" she had, as opposed to facts.

The one thing that WAS helpful, was the drawings she included on how to arrange and plant you garden. That part was helpful (I'll probably try one of those plans next spring), but again, not always consistent with other recommendations in the book.

If you are looking for more clear, concrete campanion planting formulas, I recommend searching for "companion planting" on Amazon. There are several other book options available, most of which are more straight forward and clear.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Understanding Companion Planting - Some Good Ideas To Avoid Predators Getting To Your Plants! 17 janvier 2010
Par Bold Consumer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is a good primer for understanding companion planting.

After reading this book I suspect that vegetables do grow better when planted with or near certain other plants. It's worth trying, so I have tried it and plan to do it even better on my next "crop" of vegetables. Do they care if garlic is planted near them? Maybe, if it scares away bugs that would otherwise play havoc with them.

I planted my first crop in my new greenhouse and now I have all sorts of vegetables growing. It found it comforting to have a guide about what vegetables should or should NOT be planted close to each other. As usual, I was doing too much, and my brain is overwhelmed with all there is to learn, but it doesn't matter. The vegetables are growing and they are doing really well. Even if I don't understand the why's and why not of all of it, I learned enough to do it.

I hope to be able to understand even more of this book now that I have a little experience. Last year I didn't know how to sow a seed! Now I have a garden, in Winter. It's amazing to harvest something you've grown from seed. I feel that I've avoided some mistakes by following the guidelines in this book. I also found out about some poisonous plants that I have now decided I don't want in my garden. That's helpful too.
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