Building healthy gardens: a safe and natural approach
A guide to organic gardening that contains practical suggestions for planting vegetables, flowers, and herbs with emphasis on nutritional soil and biological rather than chemical control
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Micro eco-farming: prospering from backyard to small acreage in partnership ...
Barbara Berst Adams
No preview available - 2005
Rich soil few pests and a varied environment
Getting started with indoor gardening and basic botany
Get ready get set plan
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