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Growing Food: A Guide for Beginners By Jean Ann Van Krevelen
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Can You Survive Without A Grocery Store? Growing Food: A Guide for Beginners answers with a resounding “YES”! Van Krevelen offers up a host of information that will teach readers how to... More > plant, harvest, prepare and store her list of top ten vegetables with step by step instructions. But the learning doesn’t end there. This book is full of opportunities for readers to connect with all kinds of resources across the web The author creates a 3-D Gardening Experience by connecting readers to Growing Food groups on Facebook, MySpace and Gather. Once there, readers can ask a real person gardening questions. She also offers a list of favorite gardening blogs. The book is further brought to life with links to other resources including podcasts, social networks, microblogs and videos. Book contributors include the gardening world’s best of the best, Margaret Roach, Amanda Thompson, Mary Ann Newcomer, Susan Harris and Debra K. Prinzing.< Less
Grow Good Food By Paul Revere Ladd
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"For over fifty years we have grown our own food. This is the story of how we do it. The book is highly personal. It does not give an account of every possibility. Rather, it makes... More > recommendations based on our experience." This book is still in rough draft form: The binding is along the top rather than the side and the pictures are low resolution. But all of the content is present. Text and most photographs (of family members working in the garden) by Paul Ladd; cover woodcut by Eva Ladd. There is a higher quality edition in the pipeline which may be available eventually, but in the meantime this book is worth reading in any format.< Less
Potatoes: Growing Practices and Food Uses By Agrihortico
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Potato is one of the most ancient and the oldest domesticated food crops. Today, potato is the most important and the largest vegetable crop of the world (both production-wise and consumption-wise).... More > Potato is also used as a staple food in many parts of the world. Potato is a starchy tuberous perennial vegetable; however for vegetable purposes, potato plants are grown as annual plants. Potato plants are considered as cool season crops because of the low temperature requirement for tuber formation. The edible portion or tuber is a modified underground stem.< Less
Strawberry: Growing Practices and Food Uses By Agrihortico
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Recent scientific studies reveal one important fact regarding our nutrition: Cruciferous vegetables, dark leafy greens, citrus fruits and berries like strawberries and blackberries are the most... More > nutritious foods on the planet Earth. Yes, these fruits and vegetables are nothing but only nutrients and water. Among the fruits, citrus fruits and berries provide a wholesome nutrition to human body. So if you are looking for a healthier lifestyle, start today to include one or more of these foods in your daily diet.< Less
Brinjals: Growing Practices and Food Uses By Agrihortico
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Brinjal or eggplant is scientifically known as Solanum melongena. It is a tropical, perennial vegetable grown for its edible fruits. It is generally grown as a half-hardy annual plant for vegetable... More > purposes. Brinjal fruit is a berry and these berries are used as vegetables. Brinjal is known by different names in different regions. Brinjal is known as ‘eggplant’ in the USA and Australia and ‘aubergines’ in the UK. Brinjal is a self-pollinated crop< Less
Tomatillo: Growing Practices and Food Uses By Agrihortico
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Scientific name of Tomatillo plant is Physalis philadelphica (Syn. Physalis ixocarpa). It is a vegetable plant belonging to Solanaceae family. This plant is a native to Mexico. Tomatillo plants are... More > mainly grown for their small, round fruits which are used as vegetables. Tomatillo is popularly known as ‘Mexican husk tomato’ ‘Mexican ground cherry’ and ‘Mexican green tomato.’ Its popular Spanish names are tomate de cascara, tomate verde, tomate de fresadilla, tomatillo, and miltomate.< Less
Mulberry: Growing Practices and Food Uses By Agrihortico
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Mulberry plant is a woody perennial plant. Scientific name of mulberry is Morus spp.. White mulberry is known as Morus alba, red mulberry is known as Morus rubra, and black mulberry is known as Morus... More > nigra. Mulberry belongs to the family Moraceae. Mulberry plants are mainly grown for their fruits and for sericulture purposes. Sericulture is the culture of silk worms where mulberry leaves are used as fodders for silk worms.< Less
I Grow My Own Food By Lord Akil
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This book is about a young girl named Nya and her cousin Harlem, who decided to build a community garden. After learning how to grow their own food in school, the kids were encouraged to get their... More > neighbors involved, find local resources and solve problems to ultimately build a beautiful garden. The book takes the reader on an exciting quest with two adventurous kids who convert a trash lot into a lush community garden! ALL PROCEEDS WILL FUND OUR SCHOOL GARDENING PROGRAMS.< Less
I Grow My Own Food By Lord Akil
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This book is about a young girl named Nya and her cousin Harlem, who decided to build a community garden. After learning how to grow their own food in school, the kids were encouraged to get their... More > neighbors involved, find local resources and solve problems to ultimately build a beautiful garden. The book takes the reader on an exciting quest with two adventurous kids who convert a trash lot into a lush community garden! ALL PROCEEDS WILL FUND OUR SCHOOL GARDENING PROGRAMS.< Less
Grow your own Organic food By xono 10
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Aquaponics is the combination of Aqua-culture, (raising aquatic animals such as fish), and Hydro-ponics, (growing plants without soil).

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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