Lazy-Bed Gardening: The Quick and Dirty Guide
Lazy-bed gardening is a simpler book with the basic principles clearly presented for those just beginning to garden or for those who need less information. Take advantage of two decades of Biointensive food-raising experiences from people everywhere as you create a highly productive, resource-conserving mini-farm at home, with its own thriving ecosystem -- an environmental solution.
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INTRODUCTION TO LAZY BEDS
THINKING ABOUT GARDENING
BEFORE YOU START
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1-inch centers 100 square feet 100-square-foot bed 25 square feet 3-inch-deep flat 75 germination rate already adjusted approximately area will hold Biointensive Bountiful Gardens Broadcast Broadcast seeds calorie crops carrots Cereal Rye Chapter Column compost pile corn cotyledons CUCUMBERS digging board double-digging dry beans Ecology Action expected planting date fava beans flat soil garden plan grains Green Onions Growing Instructions growing season Hard Red Spring Harvest hold a maximum inches deep John Jeavons last soft frost lazy bed Lazy-Bed Gardening lettuce loosen the soil Master Chart microorganisms need to sow nutrients oats open-pollinated organic matter P.O. Box Pinto Beans planting date Willits potatoes Red Spring Red Spring Wheat roots scheduled planting date seed per 100 seedlings to transplant seeds on 1-inch sow the seed space spading fork standard flat SWEET 75 temperature tomatoes trench varieties vetch watermelon weeks wheat winter compost crops