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Why Choose Organic Foods By Christina Wellington
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For many shoppers, food choose often comes down to cost.Organic foods are growing in popularity! Organic farming methods, which produce organic food, has also been seen as a benefit of improved... More > health, aging gracefully, and so much more!< Less
A Homesteading Neophyte's Garden By Erin Phelan
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A guide to your first steps as a homestead gardener.
A Homesteading Neophyte's Garden By Erin Phelan
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A guide to your first steps as a homestead gardener.
The Incomplete Garden Book By David Segrest
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The Incomplete Garden Book is a great starter's manual for organic gardeners and a useful reference for experienced gardeners
The Incomplete Garden Book By David Segrest
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The Incomplete Garden Book is a great starter's manual for organic gardeners and a useful reference for experienced gardeners
Gardening in Clay Pots By Trina Cummings
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A practical, easy to read guide to vegetable gardening in clay pots. Harvest crops of tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant and more in very little space. Enjoy the convenience of having salad... More > ingredients at your fingertips using little more space than your windowsill.< Less
Urban Gardening for Knuckleheads By Simonson University
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Urban Gardening For Knuckleheads is for the urban dweller seeking to grow and enrich their lives with 100% organic fruits and 100% organic vegatables or simply fulfill the desired "inner"... More > green thumb by creating a flower garden. This easy and simple to read guide walks you through everything needed to identify a location for your urban garden setting, building the garden, working the garden and enjoying the "fruits and vegetables" of your labor. Imagine growing your own 100% organic vegetables and fruits on your roof top or your balcony in your own Urban setting. You'll be amazed that you can download this beginners guide today and have your plants growing tomorrow. Build a flower garden in your urban oasis.< Less
Aquaponics Gardening for Knuckleheads By Simonson University
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The idea behind Aquaponics is the provision of a fresh, hygienic, organic and sustainable source of food. Quite often there are news reports about food contamination in many countries that is due to... More > the use of chemicals in food production. We are not supposed to consume such foods for the sake of our health. However, as mentioned earlier, food production needed to be increased to accommodate our growing ranks. Fortunately, with the introduction of Aquaponics technology, we may no longer have to consume chemical infested foods in the next few years.< Less
How a Garden Saves the Earth By Trent McNair & Linda McNair
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“How a Garden Saves the Earth” is a beautiful children’s book about kids growing their own fruits and vegetables and teaches them why it’s so good for them and the Earth.... More > Great for children up to third grade, it is dedicated to helping parents, teachers and homeschoolers educate kids about the importance of locally grown, sustainable food and how it is connected to their health and that of the planet. The book is written by Trent and Linda McNair, founders of Surf City Growers, a small organic nursery located in Aptos, California. The imagery is by published illustrator, Jeff Petersen. “How a Garden Saves the Earth” is a perfect accompaniment to the company’s My First Organics seed starting kits, a hands-on activity that teaches Pre-Kindergarten kids to 3rd graders how to grow their own fruits and vegetables. Studies have shown that when kids have a hand in growing food, their understanding of it and its relationship to their health increases.< Less
Organic Way of Life By R Smith
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Compost is created when organic matter decomposes. Organic matter eventually reaches a point where it can no longer decompose; it is at that point that it becomes an extremely nutritious and... More > long-lasting fertilizer. Garden compost can be produced using four very basic ingredients: carbon, nitrogen, air and water. You can gather these ingredients easily by collecting yard and kitchen waste, but waiting for full decomposition is a lengthy process that can take a year or more. Composting requires a number of steps, but the resulting product can be a very useful agricultural tool. Use these steps to make a compost garden.< Less

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