Companion Planting

Story: Companion Planting
Episode: Episode 4
Presenter: Trevor Cochrane
Air Date: 27 February

  • The first step in getting the best results is to ensure you have a reasonable sized pot and you will need a decent volume of soil.
  • A premium quality potting mix achieves the red tick of the Australian standards
  • Known as blossom end rot, and in plants like capsicum, tomatoes and chilli the point of the flower blossom starts a rotting hole which ruins the fruit.. look at this its such a shame.
  • To avoid Blossom rot, use a quality potting mixture. If you already have it occurring you can add lime, dolomite or if your coastal in alkaline soils use Gypsum, all essential sources of Calcium.