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I am concerned about friends/foes in my garden. After learning about combatibility I realize I made some mistakes planting our garden. Can I move some things around w/o killing my plants? I want to transplant my cabbage and cauliflower and a few tomatoes and pepper plants.

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I think that would depend on

I think that would depend on how long they have been in the ground..if they are still small I would think they would be alright..just take extra care not to disturb the root system..just my opinion though.. flowers can be done easily..


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