Organic Gardening: A Comprehensive Guide to Chemical-Free Growing

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Wiley, Apr 3, 2000 - Gardening - 448 pages
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"Crow and Elizabeth are pioneers in organic/sustainable technology." --Acres USA For over 25 years, Crow and Elizabeth Miller have been innovators in the field of gardening, promoting the understanding and use of organic methods in all areas, including those where it was previously thought impossible. Now, with Organic Gardening, they reveal their methods, from the simple to the complex. For people wh ready know their way around a garden plot, this book is an indispensable reference guiding you through the expert techniques that will make organic gardening successful in any climate, year-round. Natural, chemical-free growing can be successful in virtually any environment, from small greenhouses to backyards to golf courses, and step-by-step Crow and Elizabeth show you how to make it happen. With more than 130 beautiful illustrations of garden techniques and the plants you can grow, even beginner gardeners will be able to enjoy the benefits of this fabulous compendium. Here are just some of the special features of Organic Gardening:
* Growing fruits, vegetables, and herbs
* Flower gardening
* Composting
* Soil analysis and organic modifications
* Organic turf management
* Greenhouse production
* Landscaping
* Raising plants from seed
* Fall and winter gardening
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User Review  - Taylor Ansley - Goodreads

Suffice to say I will continue to read and reference this book as I build and maintain my vegetable garden next year. An awesome, all-inclusive reference. Read full review

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User Review  - Shawn Kahl - Goodreads

This book has some really great knowledge about gardening practices, with many innovative concepts for succession planting and mutually beneficial plant combos. A must-read for the organic gardener. Read full review

Contents

Turn to Compost
23
Additions and Corrections
31
Viable Vegetables
67
Copyright

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Crow and Elizabeth Miller have been working together as a gardening team for over ten years. Elizabeth is a regular contributor to the New York Times, and both appear regularly on television and radio as experts on organic growing, including their own syndicated radio show, It's Our Garden. Crow has been breaking new ground in the area of sustainable gardening for over 25 years. Together they own and operate Agri-Balance Organic Consultants, a firm that specializes in the implementation of chemical-free methods in any environment.

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