Marigolds planted with tomato plants?
I've read in a number of places that the smell of marigolds repels various pests, especially hornworms.
I'm growing Old Kentucky and DePinto in 5-gallon buckets. Would planting marigolds in a bucket with a tomato plant cause too much competition for water and nutrients, or would it be best to plant marigolds in separate, smaller containers that I place close to the tomato buckets? Any recommendations?