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Old June 3, 2021   #1
GreenThumbGal_07
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Default Nitrogen buddies

Thought I'd do an experiment this summer. Since legumes "fix" nitrogen in the soil, I planted a few bean and pea seeds in some of my larger tomato pots.
So let's see what happens. This could be a "free" way of getting extra N to the plants. At the very least, the tomato plant will provide support for the bean or pea.
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