We've discussed companion planting with tomatoes in the past. But with the huge amount of traffic that blog has received, we've decided to look at this topic in more depth.
Tomatoes are one of the most popular plants in gardens, so it is natural that so many people are interested in the plants that they grow best with.
Asparagus: Tomatoes are a friend of asparagus. They help to protect asparagus from asparagus beetles by releasing solanine and attracting natural predators of the asparagus beetle. A chemical derived from asparagus juice has
been found effective on tomato plants as a nematode killer,,
including the root-knot sting, stubby root and meadow varieties.