Vegetable Gardening Basics

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SandSPublishing, Feb 18, 2013 - Vegetable gardening - 208 pages
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Vegetable Gardening Basics is a comprehensive guide to teach you how to grow all sorts of vegetables easily This guide goes through the whole process of; preparing the ground for a new vegetable plot and preparing the soil type. It covers the advantages of compost heaps to provide the rich loam that can be easily added to your plot. The guide shows you how to rotate crops to get best results and how to specifically manure each plot to ensure the correct fertilization. We show in this book how you can grow prolific amount of vegetables from small plots by carefully deciding what goes into plot.

To make life easier for the enthusiastic gardener we show some key techniques used in the vegetable plot or garden and the things that can go wrong with your fledgling garden. How to anticipate problems before they hit.

In this guide we provide a month by month guide to what should be planted when and what preparations you should make for the coming seasons. Once that is understood we then describe the main vegetables, how to plant, grow, fertilize, harvest and those things that can go wrong with your veggies.

The guide finishes up with a full grown plan for growing all types of herbs ideal in all home cooking. So you can develop a whole garden with this guide or simply develop a kitchen garden.

Garden grown vegetables have a flavor rarely matched by shop purchased produce. Particularly Herbs are unbelievably good for their leaf beauty and their rich aromatic flavors. Whatever size of garden you have in the suburbs, city or out in the countryside you can save money and live healthier by growing your own vegetables. So enjoy the delights of your labor and grow fantastic crops of potatoes, corn, asparagus, artichokes and more.

This book shows you how to plant, tend, water and harvest many different types of vegetables and herb with attractively drawn sketches that come to life on paper or on your personal electronic reader. So learn, plant and enjoy. Live healthy my friends!
 

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Contents

An Easy Growing Guide
5
Parsnips and Old Lace
122
Zinging Pepgers
130
Radical Radishes
144
Sensational Sweet Corn
151
Treacherous Turnips
167
Conclusions and Moving Forward
205
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Simon Marlow has been a prominent figure in the Haskell community for many years. He is the author of large parts of the Glasgow Haskell Compiler, including in particular its highly regarded mulitcore runtime system, along with many of the libraries and tools that Haskell programmers take for granted. Simon also contributes to the functional programming research community, and has a string of papers on subjects ranging from garbage collection to language design. In recent years Simon's focus has been on making Haskell an ideal programming language for parallel and concurrent applications, both by developing new programming models and building a high-quality implementation. Simon spent 14 years at Microsoft's Research laborotory in Cambridge, before taking a break in Spring 2013 to work on this book. He currently works at Facebook UK.

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