Groundwork: a gardener's ecology

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Houghton Mifflin, Mar 30, 1994 - Gardening - 162 pages
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A provocative call for environmentally sound gardening from PBS's Victory Garden host Roger Swain--who shows why gardeners are in the best position to become environmentalists through their garden techniques. Groundwork displays the author's talents as a storyteller as well as writer, biologist, and gardener.

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Swain is probably best known as a host of PBS's The Victory Garden , but he has several books to his credit, including Saving Graces: Sojourns of a Backyard Biologist ( LJ 10/1/91). He is also science ... Read full review

Contents

THE RETURN OF THE NUTRIENTS
15
BOTH ENDS OF THE HOSE
33
LOSING GROUND
47
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About the author (1994)

Swain is science editor of Horticulture magazine.

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