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The Better Days Book Origiganic Guide to Growing Mushroom for Profit and Pleasure By William Falconer
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You can grow your own mushrooms, easily and naturally, without using fertilizers, insecticides or other dangerous chemicals! THE BETTER DAYS BOOK ORIGIGANIC GUIDE TO GROWING MUSHROOM FOR PROFIT AND... More > PLEASURE gives easy instructions for growing delectable table mushrooms in cellars, mushroom houses, sheds, greenhouses, caves, and even out of doors, in ridges and the open field. This classic grower's manual (first published in 1892) is a treasure trove of practical gardening wisdom from a bygone era predating the introduction of modern chemical farming. Rediscover the good, old-fashioned, "origiganic" growing methods that offer a better, healthier, safer, and even generally less expensive way to produce bounties of fabulous, poison-free food – for our families, and for the marketplace! Includes 19 recipes for preparing and sharing your flavorful harvest.< Less
Nutrient Rich Citrus Fruits: Growing Practices and Nutritional Information By Roby Jose Ciju
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Recent scientific studies reveal one important fact regarding our nutrition: Cruciferous vegetables, dark leafy greens, citrus fruits and berries are the most nutritious foods on the planet Earth.... More > Yes, these fruits and vegetables are nothing but only nutrients and water. Among the citrus fruits, limes, lemons, oranges and grapefruits and among the berries, strawberries and blackberries 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. As per the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, an adult human being requires 17 essential nutrients on daily basis for healthy functioning of the body. These are, Protein, Fiber, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Zinc, Vitamin C, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin B-12, Folate/ Vitamin B-9, Vitamin A, Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol), Vitamin K (phylloquinone), and Vitamin D.< Less
Mushrooms: how to grow them a practical treatise on mushroom culture for profit and pleasure By William Falconer
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The mushroom is a highly prized article of food which can be as easily grown as many other vegetable products of the soil—and with as much pleasure and profit. Below it is shown, in particular,... More > that this peculiar plant is singularly well adapted to the conditions that surround many classes of persons, and by whom the mushroom might become a standard crop for home use, the city market, or both. It is directly in their line of business; is a winter crop, requiring their care when outdoor operations are at a standstill, and they can most conveniently attend to growing mushrooms. They have the manure needed for their other crops, and they may well use it first for a mushroom crop.< Less
Going Organic: A DIY Guide: Grow and Raise Your Own Healthy Natural Food By Danny Gansneder
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Get started growing your own natural, organic food, right in your own back yard! Even if you don't have much space, you can grow your own vegetables and enjoy the natural goodness that taste better... More > than anything you can buy at the store. You will reduce your dependence on the just-in-time inventory system that allows grocery stores to run out of food, just when you need it most. Consider raising chickens, too, and you will have a supply of eggs and meat right in your own back yard.< Less
The Bug Out Gardening Guide: Growing Survival Garden Food When It Absolutely Matters By Ron Foster
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What exactly is Bug Out Gardening? Having your own garden in your own back yard is great but what if you must evacuate and have to go to a remote location or start up a garden on a bunch of bad soil?... More > Most Preppers have already realized that besides having dried foods stored foods for a disaster, one can also have fresh grown foods with a little effort supplementing their diets. This book will teach you how simple it can be to take along the materials with you to create a small survival garden. Learn to make your own DIY miracle grow and homemade insecticides and fertilizers! Learn about growing vegetables from scratch when it absolutely matters before you find the stores are all closed and that you lack basic materials. Envision a portable system of gardening that you can instantly create your homestead with or take along for a long-term bug out situation. Imagine that this system allows you to garden anywhere, compost anywhere and thrive everywhere.< Less
The “People Power” Family Superbook Book 10. Garden-Farm Guide (Gardening for Fun, to Grow Food, Agriculture Jobs, Farming Business) By Tony Kelbrat
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Gardening is the creation of life. Most states and some counties have agriculture departments. If you go to local government websites, they might have agricultural knowledge on them. Many people... More > start growing plants indoors then hardening them which is to take them outside for a few hours and increasing the time spent outside each day. Many books and magazines are available at your local library. Most gardening books are at #635 or SB126. 630. Agriculture. 631. Farming. 632. Plant science. 633. Field crops. 634. Orchards, small fruit, forestry. 635. Horticulture, garden crops. There is also a gardening design section at #712 to #717 or SB473 covering garden architecture, landscaping, topiary (#715), fences (#717), etc. Some periodicals are: American Horticulturist. Fine Gardening, Horticulture, National Gardening, Plants and Gardens, Organic Gardening. Some common gardening topics are as follows: African Violets, Alstroemeria, Amaryllis, Apple Trees, Artificial Plants & Rocks, Asian Vegetables,< Less
Jack Says! By Chris Graham
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Jack Says! captures practical allotment management and detailed vegetable growing advice from Bray Village allotment holders and Jack Hopkins in particular. Complete with illustrations and reference... More > tables and a foreword by Alain Roux, Chef Patron of the Waterside Inn, Bray.< Less
Pure Sand Gardening By Patrick Jordan
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Pure sand over topsoil provides an easy to weed, clean way to grow and harvest vegetables that provides a secret ingredient to your mineral content. Learn a helpful method to augment poor soil or... More > grow above it from a gardener with 40+ years of experience.< Less
the twelve fruit and veg By Melissa Diprose
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Gardening belongs at the roots of New Zealand culture. ‘the twelve’ will help you to build a garden that improves your health, reduces costs and maintains a clean green image. the twelve... More > is an instruction book with eco friendly tips on how to grow twelve key fruit and vegetables. These include: Avocado, orange, lemon, lettuce, onion, tomato, pumpkin, potato, capsicum, carrot and cucumber. They are tried and true instructions, sure to grow the garden of your dreams.< Less
the twelve fruit and veg By Melissa Diprose
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Gardening belongs at the roots of New Zealand culture. ‘the twelve’ will help you to build a garden that improves your health, reduces costs and maintains a clean green image. the twelve... More > is an instruction book with eco friendly tips on how to grow twelve key fruit and vegetables. These include: Avocado, orange, lemon, lettuce, onion, tomato, pumpkin, potato, capsicum, carrot and cucumber. They are tried and true instructions, sure to grow the garden of your dreams.< Less

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