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Grow A Vegetable Garden - Vegetable Gardening As A Fun Venture For Healthy And Cheaper Living By Katie Donald
eBook (PDF): $7.76
Are You Interested To Grow A Vegetable Garden? Are You Aware How Much You Can Save? In Grow A Vegetable Garden - Vegetable Gardening As A Fun Venture For Healthy And Cheaper Living, Katie Donald... More > shares how you can grow your own vegetables and save a great amount of money on food. You will learn:- *What To Grow In Your Vegetable Garden *How To Measure The Garden Area *How To Prepare The Soil For Your Garden *Harvesting Your Vegetables *How Much You Can Save From Your Gardening Get started now... and save a great amount of money.< Less
just vegetables By Alex Martin
eBook (PDF): $3.80
A book on how to grow vegetables and how to deal with potential problems.
Growing Vegetables: Artichokes, Crosnes, Broccoli and Chives By Roby Jose Ciju
eBook (ePub): $2.99
This small book explains in detail growing practices, health benefits, food preparations, and nutrient information of four popular vegetables namely, artichokes, crosnes, broccoli and chives.... More > Artichokes and crosnes are perennial vegetables and are used in rare and exotic food preparations. Crosnes are also known as 'Chinese artichokes' and these are one of the most delicious root vegetables available today. Broccoli and chives are considered as one of the most nutrient-dense, plant-based food groups.< Less
Vegetable Gardening Basics: Easy Growing Guide By Simon Marlow
eBook (ePub): $8.97
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 By Patricia McDonald
eBook (PDF): $3.00
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.
Back to Your Roots: How to Grow Vegetables and Fruits By Patrick DeRojas
eBook (PDF): $9.99
Formally educated at The Pennsylvania State University and with a lifetime of personal experience living on a farm, I have condensed what I have learned about growing food into an easy to understand... More > book. In addition to explaining how to grow food, I demonstrate how the fruits and vegetables will prevent a wide variety of diseases while improving your physical and mental well-being. If we get back to our roots, back to growing vegetables and fruits, we will be happier and healthier as individuals, families, and communities. In addition, this lifestyle can improve the health of the earth by reducing pollution. This book will teach you how to grow food in a short amount of time, yet the benefits of growing food will be with you for the rest of time.< Less
Growing Vegetables and Fruit at Home: The Complete Guide on How to Grow a Food Garden and When to Plant Vegetables and Fruits By Tyler Makepeace
eBook (ePub): $2.99
With fresh fruit and vegetables becoming increasingly more expensive to buy, growing your own produce is an excellent way to save money and eat more healthily. Here's a small sample of the benefits... More > of home gardening: • Save money growing your own vegetables • Grow your own without harmful pesticides • Improved flavor and nutrition • Greater variety • Healthy living • Family enjoyment In This Book, You'll Learn About These Topics: • Learn the best way how to fertilize your plants. • How to employ crop rotation to reduce the build up of pests and diseases. • The best method and time to sow seeds. • Get to know how to maintain your plants. • Understanding the effects of weather, soil, and irrigation to your plants. • How to grow berries and small fruits. • How to control weeds, insects, diseases, and some species of wildlife. Basically, you’re covered on all angles to ensure your gardening effort is worth your while. Read on.< Less
Is Vegetable Gardening For You By Peter Legrove
eBook (PDF): $0.00
If you are wondering how to survive the economic downturn then growing a vegetable garden is a good way to start. Before we never thought very much about food but now the situation is starting to... More > change. Every time we go to the supermarket it seems the price of something we like to eat is higher than last time. To keep them fresh they are loaded with chemicals to stop them ripening. Also to grow these same vegetables they are covered with chemicals to keep the bugs off. Then to get them to grow, fertilizers are added to the soil. Another thing in the news these days is global warming. So how do you survive the future with the price of food constantly increasing? Well for a start you grow your own. If you live in suburbia in a house with a lawn, you can turn your lawn into a vegetable garden. And grow your own vegetables. If your yard will grow grass and weeds then it will grow vegetables for you to eat.< Less
Is Vegetable Gardening For You By Peter Legrove
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If you are wondering how to survive the economic downturn then growing a vegetable garden is a good way to start. Before we never thought very much about food but now the situation is starting to... More > change.  Every time we go to the supermarket it seems the price of something we like to eat is higher than last time. To keep them fresh they are loaded with chemicals to stop them ripening.  Also to grow these same vegetables they are covered with chemicals to keep the bugs off. Then to get them to grow, fertilizers are added to the soil. Another thing in the news these days is global warming.  So how do you survive the future with the price of food constantly increasing? Well for a start you grow your own. If you live in suburbia in a house with a lawn, you can turn your lawn into a vegetable garden. And grow your own vegetables.  If your yard will grow grass and weeds then it will grow vegetables for you to eat.  < Less
A B C of Vegetable Gardening By Thrive Living Library
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Not everybody has a garden. Some deny themselves the pleasure and the profit of one because they have never had any experience in gardening, and have somehow got the impression that special... More > training is necessary to make a success of the undertaking. Here is where they make a mistake. There is no special "knack" about it. Any one who owns a bit of land, and has some time that can be given to garden-work, and an inclination to do so, can make a gardener of himself in a season—and a successful one, too. After the first season he will not be likely to ask or need advice, for the practical knowledge which comes with one season's work among vegetables will not only be sufficient to enable him to go on with his gardening operations on his own responsibility, but it will have made him so enthusiastic over them that he will be eager to enlarge his knowledge of "the green things growing." (From the Forward) Get Your Copy Today!< Less