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Vegetable Growing Made Easy: Growing Vegetables in Your Organic Garden

Vegetable Growing Made Easy: Growing Vegetables in Your Organic Garden

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Lunghezza: 68 pagine23 minuti

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Soil and Sub – soil
Proper Drainage
Cabbages
General tips for growing cabbages
Peas
Drilling
Tips for a Good Pea Harvest
Dwarf Beans
Hardening Off
Tips for Good Dwarf Beans Harvest
Broad Beans
General cultivation of Broad Beans
Sowing Early?
Runner Beans
Runner Beans Supports
Getting a Good Runner Bean Harvest
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

Introduction

Why are so many people growing their own vegetables in their backyards, windowsills, and on any available patch of land near their homes? That is because they have understood the value of freshly grown vegetables, picked by one, after one has spent time, and energy in growing them.

This book is for all of those people who want to take care of their health. They do not want chemical pesticides in the vegetables they buy off the shelves in their stores. Also, plenty of these fruit and vegetables may have been exported from out of their town or city. The exporters made sure that they used preservatives in order to keep the fruit and vegetables from rotting.

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Vegetable Growing Made Easy: Growing Vegetables in Your Organic Garden

Azioni libro

Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

Vegetable Growing Made Easy: Growing Vegetables in Your Organic Garden

Lunghezza: 68 pagine23 minuti

Descrizione

Table of Contents

Introduction
Soil and Sub – soil
Proper Drainage
Cabbages
General tips for growing cabbages
Peas
Drilling
Tips for a Good Pea Harvest
Dwarf Beans
Hardening Off
Tips for Good Dwarf Beans Harvest
Broad Beans
General cultivation of Broad Beans
Sowing Early?
Runner Beans
Runner Beans Supports
Getting a Good Runner Bean Harvest
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

Introduction

Why are so many people growing their own vegetables in their backyards, windowsills, and on any available patch of land near their homes? That is because they have understood the value of freshly grown vegetables, picked by one, after one has spent time, and energy in growing them.

This book is for all of those people who want to take care of their health. They do not want chemical pesticides in the vegetables they buy off the shelves in their stores. Also, plenty of these fruit and vegetables may have been exported from out of their town or city. The exporters made sure that they used preservatives in order to keep the fruit and vegetables from rotting.

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