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Growing Your Own Vegetables
Nothing beats the joy of growing your own crops and vegetables. There are many reasons to do that, but the main two are for hobby, and for food.
Eating healthy is the number one reason for people to... More > grow their own vegetables. It can be small scale, in-house planting just for the family.
If you have a farm, you can plan to grow your crops for larger scale. It can be tiring, but enjoying as well. Eating your own grown food gives you a sense of satisfaction, and I'm sure you'll be eager to grow the next batch of vegetables.
This ebook compiles tons of tips from REAL people growing their own vegetables. You can implement their tips and experiences to your own, and see how your farming skills improve in no time!
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The Novice Gardener's Guide to Growing Vegetables
Like my previous book the subject matter has been covered by many writers before me, and at first glance this book may appear pretty much the same as theirs, and to a point, I would agree, simply... More > because we are discussing the same subject matter.
In this book I will be covering the cultivation methods of over forty types of vegetables, along with information on a few pests and diseases that can sometimes affect some of them.
As before I have used data from diaries that I have kept since 1986, meaning that all the data has been tried and tested by me!
Similarly I have used photographs that were taken by me of plants and equipment that I have grown, or used.
I have also addressed something that so far as I know, no other author has attempted to do, and that is;
I have created a system that allows my readers to adjust data in this book to suit their particular location.
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The Vegetable Garden
Recent legislation has focused public attention in no small degree upon the subject of pure food.
Just what goes into the composition of the food we eat is becoming more a matter of inquiry by the... More > consumer.
It is doubtful if the law requiring the constituents of tinned goods and seal packages to be printed on the outside of packages meets the full requirements of the case.< Less
A book on how to grow vegetables and how to deal with potential problems.
Vegetable Gardening Basics: Easy Growing Guide
Garden grown vegetables have a flavor rarely matched by shop purchased produce. Particularly Herbs are unbelievably good for their leaf beauty and their rich aromatic flavors. Whatever size of... More > garden you have in the suburbs, city or out in the countryside you can save money and live healthier by growing your own vegetables. So enjoy the delights of your labor and grow fantastic crops of potatoes, corn, asparagus, artichokes and more.
This book shows you how to plant, tend, water and harvest many different types of vegetables and herb with attractively drawn sketches that come to life on paper or on your personal electronic reader. So learn, plant and enjoy. Live healthy my friends!< Less
Beginners Guide To Growing Your Own Organic Vegetables
In a world of organic gardening growing your own vegetables is the future to health and happiness. Natural gardening using herbal seeds with organic farming methods will put you miles above the rest.
Grow Better Vegetables Yourself! - Fresher, Safer & Healthier
If you are like many people, you may have explored the idea of home gardening. The problem is finding out how to go about it when you have no experience. Organic farming how to grow.
There is tons of... More > information available about gardening. The problem is that almost everything is written at a level that requires a formal horticultural degree!
What you need is a practical guide that isn't full of technical jargon. You need a simple, easy to follow guide about how to get started. We have just the ticket. You need "Grow Better Vegetables Yourself."
• It isn't full of technical verbiage. • It gets right to the details. The author does what he teaches!
• Cost of the guide is minimal – you'll laugh at the price!
Our author, Andrew Westfall, has created a short, but very comprehensive guide that takes you by the hand and teaches what you need to know is simple, plain language. Learn from what doesn't work.
Find out how to plan your new garden.
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