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Holzer's Plant families vs. companion planting

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  • #16
    EC, interesting. I looked him up on Wikipedia, and I see what he's done to rename things.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josias_Braun-Blanquet

    I'll see if I can check out the book. Thanks.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by sweetpea View Post
      Not sure what you mean. I have Holzer's chart in English, it's like a drawing of roots and his groupings of types of plants that work together. That's easy enough to follow, but I wondered who has actually tried it, and has it made a difference compared to the traditional companion planting groupings.

      Mark, thanks. I can't find a thing on anyone's experience except for what Holzer says.
      Which of his many books? He has 4 in English alone.
      Last edited by Pakanohida; 12-09-2012, 09:44 AM. Reason: :)
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