A Creationist's Approach to Organic Gardening

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Tate Publishing, 2010 - Gardening - 264 pages
Have you ever considered the wonder and perplexity of a plant in its struggle to survive and produce fruit? How does that small seed know when to sprout and burst forth into life? How can a small plant detect nutrients and moisture as far away as thirty feet, and then send roots out to obtain it? Author James Eagle explains these phenomena and helps you understand the critical issues facing your garden in A Creationist's Approach to Organic Gardening. This is your practical guide to understanding the scientific laws established to help us grow the natural food we were intended to eat. If you want the fruit and vegetables you grow to have the maximum amount of nutrients, as the Creator intended, A Creationist's Approach to Organic Gardening is here to get you on the right track. Your plants will thank you.

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Hello just recently I planted (30) Marijuana plants from seeds & they are now all well & approximately 12 inches tall,my question is how can I tell the difference between the male & female plants so I can weed out the male plants?I've been told the male plants will produce (seedes head's) in the femals producing less yield & potency & thus less value.Im relativly new to growing & somebody told me the male plants a tall & slightly stringly & not as robust as the female plants,Any advice to help me determie the difference sex's will be greatly appreciated & I want to produce a more potent & thus more lucrative product to offset my initial startup costs,Yours Sincerely W.Sparrow. 


Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Addendum One
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