Disastrous Duos: Fruits and Vegetables You Should Never Plant Together
Gardening is an enjoyable and fulfilling activity that allows us to grow our own fruits and vegetables. However, planting certain fruits and vegetables together can negatively affect their growth and health.
Take a moment and explore why certain combinations of fruits and vegetables should never be planted together in a garden and what problems they can cause.
Tomatoes and Potatoes
Planting potatoes and tomatoes together or near each other should be avoided because they are both members of the nightshade family and are susceptible to similar diseases such as blight and nematodes.
If planted together, these diseases can easily spread and infect both crops, leading to reduced yields or complete crop loss.