Permaculture companion plants for Jerusalem artichoke

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Corn Corn
True
Fast
Moist
Full sun
2-11
Maize, Corn, Abado, Able, Aburow, Agbado, Awasi, Awi, Bara-jowar, Bhutta, Blefo, Bli, Buta, Chujak, Goinjol, Gomdhan, Igbado, Jagung, Janar, Jonar, Junri, Kaaba, Keto, Kolkoti, Kon, Kono, Kukri, Maka, Makai, Makka jonnalu, Makka-cholam, Makka, Makkai, Makkari, Makoi, Masara agwado, Massara, Mekkejola, Milho, Mokka-janna, Musukojola, Naham, Nyo, Oka, Oksusu, Shaa, Sil ni vavalagi, Ta-mank, Yu shu shu, Ai, Amylum maydis, Awási, Aya, Corn oi, 6 corn oil (unhydrogenated), Corn silk, Corn starch, Corn syrup solids, Corn|iringu, Dent corn, Dura shami, Field corn, Flint corn, Gangnaengi, Granoturco, Indian corn, Maidis stigma, Mais, Maiz, Aceite, Maize oil, Refined, Maize starch, Majs, Maydis amylum, Maydis oleum raffinatum, Maydis stigma, Maíz, Aceite refinado, Maîs, Maïs, Ogsusu, Oleum maydis, Pelos de elafe, Pod corn, Popcorn, Refined maize oil, Risoy genime sami, Stigmata maidis, Styli cum stigmatis zeae maydis, Sweet corn, Topical starch, To-morokoshi, Yu mi shu, Yu mi xu, Zein, Zorrat
Light (sandy), Medium, Heavy (clay)
Poaceae or gramineae
2
Mais
Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/maize
Pollen, Seed, Stem
Oil
Annual
Https://pfaf.org/user/plant.aspx?latinname=zea mays
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Rhubarb Rhubarb
3-8
Perennial
Full sun, Partial sun/shade
Moist
Light (sandy), Medium, Heavy (clay)
1.5
Herbs
True
Stem
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhubarb
Medium
Garden rhubarb, Ruibarbo; ruip?ntico, R?wand, Rhubarbe, Pontischer rhabarber; rhabarber, Rabarbaro, Rabarber, Gegolfde, Rabarber, Vanlig, Rheum undulatum, Rheum rhabarbarum
Polygonaceae
https://pfaf.org/User/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Rheum × hybridum
6.0-6.8
Deciduous
China, Russia
Division
Crimson, Valentine, Canada red, Macdonald, Victoria, Riverside giant
92cm
Rhubarb is a vegetable derived from cultivated plants in the genus Rheum in the family Polygonaceae. The whole plant – a herbaceous perennial growing from short, thick rhizomes – is also called rhubarb. Historically, different plants have been called "rhubarb" in English. The fleshy, edible stalks (petioles) of other species and hybrids (culinary rhubarb) were cooked and used for food. The large, triangular leaves contain high levels of oxalic acid and anthrone glycosides, making them inedible. The small flowers are grouped in large compound leafy greenish-white to rose-red inflorescences. This is the most common culinary and cultivated variety. The name Rheum rhabarbarum or Rheum undulatum refers to the wild species and are used synonymously (but wrongly) for this plant. ### Links [Rhubarb @ Oregon State Extension](https://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/ec797/html) ### Propagation #### Division Divide the crowns are well-developed rhubarb plants in dormancy in early spring or mid fall. Cut each crown into several pieces, each with at least one bud on it. Plant in the ground as soon as possible. Dig holes, and mix native soil with compost. Plant the top of the crown 1 to 2 inches below the soil surface and pack soil so there are no air pockets. Water thoroughly. Show

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Peanut Peanut
Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/peanut
True
Moist
Full sun
7-10
Light (sandy), Medium, Heavy (clay)
Fabaceae or leguminosae
0.3
Leaves, Seed, Seedpod
Oil
Annual
Https://pfaf.org/user/plant.aspx?latinname=arachis hypogaea
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