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Farm By Michela Rogers
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A look at 3 farms in Hye-On-Wye Wales producing organic milk, New Zealand Romneys and Top quality beef.
Student Organic Farm By Nicholas Barrett
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Student Organic Farm proposal by the Clemson University Community Research + Design Center.
Is it Organic? By Mischa Popoff
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The inside story of who destroyed the organic industry, turned it into a socialist movement and made million$ in the process, and a comprehensive history of farming, warfare and Western civilization... More > from 1645 to the present.< Less
Organic Gardening - Everything About Organic Farming By Chuck Harper
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IN Organic Gardening, Chuck Harper shares her knowledge in producing organic vegetables that you can use to feed your family. In this book, you will learn:- *What Exactly Is Organic... More > Gardening *Getting Your Soil Ready *How To Perform Weeds Control *How To Control From Pests *Making Your Own Compost *Tending And Wintering Your Garden *All The Recipes You Need That Would Face You A Ton of Money This book is the best book you will find in starting out organic gardening. It will completely assist you in starting out planting vegetables which are healthy and cheap to plant.< Less
Organic Gardening & Sustainable Family Farming By Brendan Zottl
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Organic Gardening & Sustainable Family Farming focuses on the topics of getting back to basics, growing one's own food, holistic management, conventional verses organic gardening, collecting... More > rainwater, atmospheric water generation, water conservation and storage, crop irrigation methodology, farming lifecycles, using greenhouses and hydroponics, organic composting, raising chickens and other small livestock, successful herb and vegetable rotation, maximizing outputs in a sustainable manner, and much more.< Less
Sustainable Family Farming & Organic Gardening By Brendan Zottl
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Sustainable Family Farming & Organic Gardening focuses on the topics of getting back to basics, growing one's own food, holistic management, conventional verses organic gardening, collecting... More > rainwater, atmospheric water generation, water conservation and storage, crop irrigation methodology, farming lifecycles, using greenhouses and hydroponics, organic composting, raising chickens and other small livestock, successful herb and vegetable rotation, maximizing outputs in a sustainable manner, and much more.< Less
Organic Roots – Inspiration from the founders of the modern organic farming movement By Priya Vincent
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Eating is our strongest link to the earth that sustains us. The choices we make about what we eat are ones that have a powerful impact on the earth. This collection of writing from the founders of... More > the modern organic farming movement explores the why and how of food production. Writing during the first half of the 20th century, these forward looking individuals saw the beginnings of modern industrial farming and the harm that it could inflict on the earth and the health of its people. They warned about unsound practices and the problems they created as well as providing a wealth of information about sustainable alternatives. They had much to say about nurturing our links with the earth through understanding how our choices either destroy or conserve the natural cycles on which our life depends. Hoping to reach everyone who cared about their food and how it was produced, these extracts are as relevant and inspiring today as they were when they were written.< Less
Organic Roots – Inspiration from the founders of the modern organic farming movement By Priya Vincent
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Eating is our strongest link to the earth that sustains us. The choices we make about what we eat are ones that have a powerful impact on the earth. This collection of writing from the founders of... More > the modern organic farming movement explores the why and how of food production. Writing during the first half of the 20th century, these forward looking individuals saw the beginnings of modern industrial farming and the harm that it could inflict on the earth and the health of its people. They warned about unsound practices and the problems they created as well as providing a wealth of information about sustainable alternatives. They had much to say about nurturing our links with the earth through understanding how our choices either destroy or conserve the natural cycles on which our life depends. Hoping to reach everyone who cared about their food and how it was produced, these extracts are as relevant and inspiring today as they were when they were written.< Less
Farm Tips By Sharon Richards
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Here are some basic tips that the older farmers believe everyone knows, and we don’t. “Farm Tips” has charts, pictures, butchering basics and tips, like how to weigh a live chicken... More > to see approximat weight after butchering, and tips on butchering ducks and geese. Pictures show how to clip bird’s wings, clumping, etc. It also covers basics on nutritional needs, and organic cures for different farm animals and how to control predators and identify the type of predator killing your flocks.< Less
Farming Bamboo By Daphne Lewis, Dr. Carol Miles, Heiko Miles
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"Farming Bamboo" tells farmers and gardeners in the Pacific Northwest what they need to know to raise bamboo as a farm crop. The bamboo is farmed in order to sell bamboo shoots for food and... More > poles for wood. The botany of bamboo is described for a background to making decisions about caring for the bamboo. An encyclopedia describes 27 species of the genus Phyllostachys.< Less