The Vegetable Gardener's Bible

The Vegetable Gardener's Bible

Discover Ed's High-yield Organic System for Growing your Best Garden Ever! : for All North American Gardening Regions

Book - 2000
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Workman Press.
Discover the last W.O.R.D. in vegetable gardening with Ed Smith's amazing gardening system. By integrating four principles -- Wide beds, Organic methods, Raised beds, and Deep beds -- Smith reinvents vegetable gardening, making it possible for everyone to have the best, most successful garden ever. By following this complete system you cultivate deep, powerful soil that nourishes plants and discourages pests and disease. The result is fewer weeds, healthier plants, and lots of great-tasting vegetables. Plus, you'll enjoy gardening as you never have before. The Vegetable Gardener's Bible -- the last W.O.R.D. in vegetable gardening.

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"this book will answer all your questions as well as put you on the path to an abundant harvest. As a bonus, anecdotes and stories make this informative book fun to read." - New York Newsday

Baker & Taylor
A detailed guide to vegetable gardening combines four fundamental principles--wide rows, organic techniques, raised beds, and deep soil--to explain how to produce healthier vegetables with fewer weeds and pests and a higher yield.

& Taylor

Outlines a gardening system that uses wide rows, organic methods, raised beds, and deeply dug soil to produce high yields with less work.

Publisher: Pownal, Vt. : Storey Books, c2000
ISBN: 9781580172134
Characteristics: ix, 309 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm


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