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How far apart should plants be that are not compatible?

For the last few years we’ve been planting our broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage on one big patch. Lately I’ve been reading about companion planting and realized that they are not compatible. What is the ideal spacing for plants that are not compatible?


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