Growing fruits & vegetables organically: the complete guide to a great-tasting, more bountiful, problem-free harvest
Jean M. A. Nick, Fern Marshall Bradley, Helen Atthowe
Rodale Press, Feb 1, 1994 - Gardening - 532 pages
This comprehensive, easy-to-use book provides authoritative, earth-friendly answers to every vegetable or fruit gardening question. Includes a list of sure-success vegetables for every region of the country, how-to instructions for soil improvement and fertilizing, planting, harvesting, and problem prevention. Over 175 illus.
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Managing Your Soil
Planning and Record Keeping
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