AN URBAN GARDEN HANDBOOK: -FOR THE AQUARIAN AGE

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BalboaPress, Aug 2, 2012 - Gardening - 214 pages
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A GARDENING HANDBOOK FOR OBTAINING THE MOST PRODUCE FOR THE LEAST COST, ENERGY, AND SWEAT. IT’S A BOOK FOR BACK YARD GARDENERS OF THE AQUARIAN AGE. THE BOOK CONTAINS EXCELLENT GARDENING ADVICE FOR THE 30 MILLION BABY BOOMERS THAT ARE ABOUT TO RETIRE AND (TRY) TO LIVE ON THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKS.


The book tells:
How to build low cost, quality weed free soil for the garden
How to increase garden output through patch gardening techniques
How to change garden environments to improve plant performance
How to expand the garden for use in all three seasons
How to extend the garden height to increase production per square foot
How to use magnets to improve crop performance
How to use color to improve crop performance
How to use Yantras to improve crop performance
How to use prayers to improve crop performance
How to obtain Deva and nature spirit assistance to balance soil nutrients
How to use sound frequencies to improve crop performance
How to use music to improve crop performance
How to build insect eating bird houses to minimize insect problems
OTHER BOOKS BY AUTHOR:
Quest For The Light
Knocking At The Gate
Aloha, Aquarius-Welcome To The Age of Enlightenment
How to Design, Build and Use A Subtle-energy Grow Frame
How to Design, Build and Use A Subtle-energy Light Garden
Spiritual Gardening At Its Best- a Quest for The Navoti Spirit
Holistic Gardening- A Scientific Approach for Gardening With Love
The Volks Garten- A Handbook For Gardening With Subtle-energies
How to Design, Build and Use A Subtle-energy Pyramid Intensive Garden
How to Design, Build and Use A Subtle-energy Phased Array Pyramid Intensive Garden
 

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Contents

Section I Introduction To GardeningPast Present and Future
1
Section I Chapter 1 Obtaining the Most Produce for the Least Energy Cost and Work Involved
5
Section I Chapter 2 Information Tools and Supplies for An Aquarian Age Gardener
21
Appendix IA Iroquois Method For Corn Beans Squash
36
Appendix IB Reiki Prayers Enhanced With Manna
39
Appendix IC Criteria For The Family Garden
46
Appendix ID Sources
57
Appendix IE pH Preference Lists
58
Section III Chapter 6 How Should Patch Lanes Be Oriented?
129
Section III Chapter 7 What To Do About Water Costs?
130
Section III Chapter 8 How To Optimize Future Corn Production Rates
134
Appendix IIIA HortopittaPie of Assorted Greens
136
Appendix IIIB Precise Use Of A Pendulum
138
Section IV IntrodcutionMaking Good Soil Cake
141
Section IV Chapter 1 How To Build And Maintain Quality Soil Lanes Over Clay Soil
142
Section IV Chapter 2 Doing It
152

Appendix IF Effects Of Magnets On Plants
59
Appendix IG Spacing Matrices
68
Section II IntroductionGrowing More Vegetables Per Square Foot
73
Section II Chapter 1 Traditional Summer Patches
75
Section II Chapter 2 Early And Late Season Patch Configurations
89
Section III IntroductionQuestion and Answer Time
94
Section III Chapter 1 What Beneficial Subtleenergies Can Be Easily Applied To Garden Water?
99
Section III Chapter 2 What Should Be Done To Prevent Rampant Weed Growth?
104
Section III Chapter 3 How To Preplan Access Paths?
109
Section III Chapter 4 What Should Be Grown?
112
Section III Chapter 5 How to Build Nutritious Soils For Plants?
121
Section V IntroductionGardening Techniques and Strategies
157
Section V Chapter 1 Extending The Seasons
158
Section V Chapter 2 Extending Garden Height
165
Appendix VA Birdhouse Specifications For Insect Eating Birds
175
Section VI IntroductionPlanning And Implementing The Garden Plan
176
Section VI Chapter 1 Planning An Urban Garden
179
Section VI Chapter 2 Sequential Crop Rotation To Maximize Production Per Square Foot
190
Section VI Chapter 3 Gardening Techniques For Use In The Home
193
Appendix VIA Seed Company Addresses
197
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About the author (2012)

For 25 years the author, an industrial engineer, researched various garden designs, techniques and strategies for obtaining the most food for the least cost, energy and garden space.
     The Urban Garden Handbook presents his more efficient findings to permit young and older gardeners alike to optimize their family garden efforts.

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