Cubed Foot Gardening: Growing Vegetables in Raised, Intensive Beds

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Globe Pequot Press, Dec 1, 2001 - Gardening - 175 pages
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Bird does all his vegetable gardening in thickly planted raised beds, framed in 2 X 12 lumber and filled with custom-blended soil. "Cubed Foot Gardening" shows how to build simple, inexpensive beds and how to grow the most popular vegetables in them, using innovative tricks and techniques not possible in a conventional garden. Illustrations.

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I have gardened for over 30 years and read much on this topic. This book really does have great specific applicable information. I recommend it. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
FUNDAMENTALS
5
GETTING STARTED
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Bird gardened in places as diverse as Alaska and south Texas during his twenty years in the Air Force. After retiring in 1993, he became a master gardener and editor of San Antonio Gardener.

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