Haven’t had a garden in a few years but do to the dreaded 19 I’m planting one. Right now I have 105 tomato plants about 1 1/2 inches high in cups with hole drill in bottom. They visit outside daily. My tilled garden is 48 feet by 80 feet. I have raised rows about 5 feet apart 10 total. Just received 100 bamboo 6 foot 3/4 inch poles for support. My plan is to put the poles 4 feet apart in the rows and plant peppers between the tomatoes 2 foot fro each in same row. I’ll till between the rows weekly and use a 4 foot landscaping rake pulling fresh soil up the mounds to prevent weeds and maintain a watering V on top of the row. So is it ok to plant tomatoes and peppers 24 inches apart in the same row? That takes about 7.5 rows and greens in the remaining rows. But what about the possibility of 1 row of bush beans? About a month ago I tilled 1750 pounds of Black Kow into the garden and yesterday my ph was 6.0.