#11 Squash vs Pumpkin, potatoes
It’s surprising that squash cannot grow well with pumpkins and potatoes.
#12 Beet vs Mustard, Pole Beans
You should avoid growing beets around mustard and pole beans.
#13 Cabbage vs Dill, Beans
Cabbage will hinder the growth of dill when grown around them. Similarly, cabbages will not enjoy the companionship of beans although they seem to do well when grown together with potatoes.
#14 Onions vs Peas, Beans, Asparagus
Onion yields will be affected when you grow them together with peas and beans. The onion plants also competes for the same nutrients with asparagus.
#15 Kale vs Basil, Tomatoes, Strawberry
Kale is incompatible with basil, tomatoes and strawberries.
#16 Potatoes vs Tomatoes, Spinach, Cucumber, Squash, Sunflower, Pumpkins
Potatoes will not grow well with spinach, cucumber, tomatoes, squash, sunflower as well as pumpkins. As both tomatoes and potatoes belong to the same family, they are affected by similar diseases and pests.
#17 Kohlrabi vs Pepper, Tomato, Pole Beans
Kohlrabi does not enjoy the companionship of pepper, tomato and pole beans.
#18 Radishes vs Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi, Grape, Potato, Turnips
Radish hates growing with broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kohlrabi, grape, potato and turnips.
#19 Spinach vs Potatoes
Spinach is incompatible with potatoes. They compete for water and nutrients that are close to the top soil. As potatoes are taller, they will block the much needed sunlight, making spinach have lower yields.
#20 Corn vs Tomatoes
Corn does not do well with tomatoes in the same bed. The main reason is that these two plants are attacked by any of the same pests. If planted together, these pests tend to multiply easily, affecting the yields of both plants.