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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

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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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Can someone clarify for me, is this just the chart that I can see in the pic in the original post? Are there any pages dedicated to explaining why certain plants are listed as good / not good together? Or, at least a reference list?
 
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Hello Ben, the goal of the guide is to be a practical tool to help you determine which plants to grow near each other and which to grow far apart. There are no the kind explanations you're searching.
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Can I buy this guide as a European? Or is it US only?
 
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I think only US citizens can buy it but Permies moderators can tell you better than me
 
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Many thanks,,
 
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Great timing for this one.

Thank you!
 
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S. Bard wrote:Can I buy this guide as a European? Or is it US only?



It depends on if your country has VAT. If you don't have VAT, then you should be able to purchase it! If you're signed up for the dailyish, you'll be able to get it for free by reading the dailyish and clicking the link withing 48 hours of the dailyish being sent out.
 
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Charts are such a good way to get information across.  Thanks for making this handy little guide.  



 
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I am very pleased you enjoy them
 
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Okay. I bought the thing but now I can't for the life of me figure out where I download it from. It's probably obvious but I seem to be missing it.
 
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Patrick Edwards wrote:Okay. I bought the thing but now I can't for the life of me figure out where I download it from. It's probably obvious but I seem to be missing it.



Ignore me. I found it.
 
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Bruce Alan wrote:
No reference to Brussel Sprouts.
Am I the only one left in the world that likes them ?

I like Brussels Sprouts every once in a while: maybe several times one month but skip 'em for two or three!
My search for the perfect companion garden plan suggested that Brussels Sprouts are the grumpy uncle of the Brassica family: they dislike everything the other members dislike but they are none-too-fond of family, either. Apparently they do tolerate beets, Swiss chard, lettuce and spinach so I'm putting those between the BS's and virtually anything else.  

 
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That is good to know. I have similar Brussel sprout eating habits and a pack of seed. I hadn't figured out a guild for them yet but your plan sounds like a good one.
 
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Really well....Giuseppe
 
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I like them, but they don't like me :/
 
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I meant to reply to the brussel sprout comment. I have lots to figure out with this system.
 
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I’ve tried to download it 3 times and no luck
 
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Trying to download
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Thanks a lot
 
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Thank you for the chart.
 
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I tried to purchase it. I clicked on the purchase button. I wanted to pay with my card. It wanted me to create a PayPal account. I do not want to use PayPal. Is there any way to buy this (or other stuff from Permies) without using PayPal?
 
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Thank you for the chart. It seems that it will help in planning the garden.
I do have a question though. There is a banner at the bottom of the chart that has a
green "LEARN MORE"  button that has to do with learning Permaculture Design Science
that is supposed to be free. The key word there is free,
I should have known better. Give your email for instant 'free access', then go no further
until you give a donation.
I'll probably be on every spam list between here and Timbuctoo.
The question is did anybody fall for the free part? Or is it just me?
Two questions I guess
 
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Hi,
I got this email today but can't download. It says invalid file.

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Thank you. That's so nice and concise!
 
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Cd Greier wrote:

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

I like Brussels Sprouts every once in a while: maybe several times one month but skip 'em for two or three!
My search for the perfect companion garden plan suggested that Brussels Sprouts are the grumpy uncle of the Brassica family: they dislike everything the other members dislike but they are none-too-fond of family, either. Apparently they do tolerate beets, Swiss chard, lettuce and spinach so I'm putting those between the BS's and virtually anything else.  



I detested the adorably beautiful Brussels for their intensely bitter cores. Once my gourmet-cook mom went to all lengths for a specific recipe that had her peel every single leaf and discard the cores, which I truly enjoyed, first time ever around 50 years old.

Then, early during Covid, after I got my dangerously (medically/causing massive obesity/MetabolicSyndrome!) low D raised from only 6ng/ml up above 50ng/ml, I began Keto/IF and wow did my tastes change, likely due to a new & much healthier microbiome (which I've read controls what foods we love or hate). I now love BS but still have yet to grow any.

 
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Thank you for this offer. The download worked perfectly and information is concise and helpful.
 
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