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I was just re-listening to Jack Spirco's interview w/Paul on the elimination of irrigation, and noticed Paul's mention of David Humes' observations about certain plants requiring less shade.

Is there an article somewhere about that? I'm curious b/c I just read in a bk on companion planting that cucumbers like shade, which I have never read in any other gardening book.

I know about greens/brassicas preferring shade, and that pole beans and squash like partial shade, but would like to know if I'm missing any other truths about crops and light requirements. TIA.
 
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I will admit to not listening super closely to this section of that podcast, are you sure it was David Hume? With the same name as the famous Moral Philosopher?
 
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Emerson White wrote:
I will admit to not listening super closely to this section of that podcast, are you sure it was David Hume? With the same name as the famous Moral Philosopher?



Oops, I meant to write David Blume. Sorry.
 
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emjo wrote:
Oops, I meant to write David Blume. Sorry.



 
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