Name: Yellow Marigold

Light: 8-6 hours of sunlight, but needs shade during the afternoon heat

Water: Small amounts of water

Soil: Well fertilised soil that has more sand in the mix, and does not retain moisture.

Potential problems: Relatively problem-free.

General Information: The Yellow Marigold can be found in many home gardens. Apart from its ornamental features, it is also useful as a trap crop in controlling pests that feed on plants. Planting Yellow Marigold alongside food crops has shown to reduce problems caused by pests.

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