Compared to monoculture, yes. Polyculture can reduce the need for pesticides and increase the yield of crops.
I agree with, “spiderplant” it is a better technique than monoculutre. Polyculture adds to biodiversity and often encourages pollinators and beneficial insects with an increase in available flowers. Specific plants like nasturtiums discourage destructive nematodes and give flowers and visual interest to any garden. Planting a permanent area of diverse wildflowers near any crops will also allow for stable areas for worms to live.
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