Mixing different type of vegetables

punjabi_gardener1May 10, 2013

Does anyone here grow a mix of different types of vegetables all in the same system using the same nutrient solution? If so, what was your experience? Any tips would be appreciated. I want to grow tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, eggplant, peppers, and maybe okra all in one system.

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sdgrower

Not sure about okra, but the tomatoes, cukes, eggplant and peppers will all grow together well. Just space properly, 3-4 sq ft per plant.

    Bookmark   May 10, 2013 at 1:50AM
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grizzman

I've grown sweet peppers and eggplant together without a problem. Currently I'm growing some green peppers with sugar snap peas. I plan on adding some sweet peppers and basil to that system as well. they'll all be running at a concentration of approximately 650 ppm. I'm not sure how much the green peppers or basil will like that, but I know the peas and the sweet peppers should be fine. I wouldn't grow tomatoes with them though as they're heavy feeders and take a higher concentration (currently 900(-)ppm)

    Bookmark   May 10, 2013 at 8:02AM
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