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Saving the bees is easy if

By Teddy

Saving the bees is easy if you have the patience. Simply interplant complanion and compliment plants with your tomatoes: basil, borage, bee balm, dill, and french tall marigolds are best. In addition, plant parsley away from your tomatoes and the hornworms will be attracted to the parsley like bees to pollen. I have thousands of the hornworms on the parsley plants and it is very easy to flick them off into sudsy water. I think I got rid of most of them this year and the tomatoe plants produced thousands of tomatoes with no damage this year. If I had known about parsley last year, I wouldn't have lost my whole crop. Best wishes!!!!!

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