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world permaculture association

World Permaculture Association is providing their Companion Planting Guide to help you determine which plants to grow near each other, and which to grow far apart

World Permaculture Associations Vision:

    A world in which natural ecosystems are improving in function, resilience, and productivity.

    A Forest Garden in Every Heart.




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Companion Planting Guide by World Permaculture Association
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Download appears to be corrupt
 
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Hi Byran, please try again, it should work...thanks, Giuseppe
 
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It worked for me on the second time to get to it.

Thank you so much : D
 
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I hope you enjoy the guide. We also discuss the topic here: https://worldpermacultureassociation.com/learn-permaculture-design-science/
 
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This is great companion planting guide!

 
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I am very glad you liked it
 
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PDF file downloaded as a TXT file,
but displayed OK.

No reference to Brussel Sprouts.
Am I the only one left in the world that likes them ?

 
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I'm thinking Brussel sprouts would be treated the same as other brassicas like kale and broccoli, but I could very well be wrong about that!
 
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I think so too, thanks for the question
 
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