Gardeners Were Right: Marigolds DO Help Prevent Tomato Pests

By Dan Nosowitz


“Marigolds have long been planted alongside tomato plants, and not just because of their pretty flowers. Marigolds—a flowering plant in the daisy family—are common companions for tomatoes. In the long lore of gardeners, the marigold is thought to do something to help tomatoes avoid pests. New research finds that it isn’t just lore

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