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The GIANT Book on Growing Vegetables in Your Garden

The GIANT Book on Growing Vegetables in Your Garden

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Lunghezza: 231 pagine1 ora

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Time of Planting
Vegetable Crops and Cold Resistance
Planting Seeds Depth
Why Are Rows Necessary?
Planting Methods
Planting Rate of Seeds
Thinning of Your Plants
Transplanting
Setting Plants by Hand And Machines
Watering Your Plants
Puddling
Using Plant Protectors
Conclusion
BEANS
Cultivating Beans
Using Poles
Lima Beans
Climatic requirements
Planting
Harvesting
Broad Beans
Planting and Cultivation
Harvesting
Soybeans
French Beans
String Beans and String Less Beans
Planting
Mung Beans
Mung Beans Sprouts – How to Make Sprouts
Peas
Drilling
Tips for a Good Pea Harvest
Dwarf Beans
Hardening Off
Tips for Good Dwarf Beans Harvest
Runner Beans
Runner Beans Supports
Getting a Good Runner Bean Harvest
Bean Harvesting Tips
Root Vegetables
Celery
Seed sowing
Trench Growing
Knowing More about Earthing up
Onions
Spinach
Summer Spinach
Winter Spinach
Leeks
Asparagus
Preparing Your Asparagus Bed
Conclusion
Cabbages and Savoys
Spring cabbages
Tips for Growing Cabbages
Harvesting the Crop
Summer and Autumn Cabbages
Winter Cabbages
Red cabbages
Savoys
Carrots
Tips for Carrot Care
Harvesting Your Carrots
Clamping
Lettuce, Mustard, and Cress
Cos Lettuces
Mustard and Cress
American Cress
Onions
Garlic
Harvesting
Health Benefits of Garlic
Weight Loss through Garlic
Antiviral and Antibacterial
Skin Protector
Garlic for Your Liver
Blood Sugar Reduction
Cholesterol Reduction
Onions
Soil Preparation for Onions
Seed Propagation
Planting
Thinning
Proper cultivation of Onions
Harvesting
To Top or Not to Top
Storage
Shallots
Growing Shallots
Harvest
Growing shallots for Bulbs
Leeks
Leek Propagation
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

Introduction

It does not matter whether you are an experienced gardener or are just a newbie, beginning to learn a brand-new field of growing your own fruit and vegetables – growing vegetables in your own garden, especially in the open depends on a number of factors.

This book is going to tell you all about how you can plant vegetable crops, in the open, and especially give you a number of tips about the other necessary factors which are going to help you get a plentiful harvest at the end of the growing season.

The time and the method of planting seeds and plants of a particular species, especially in the open, is going to determine – up to a certain extent – of the success or the failure of your particular crop. This is also going to rest on a number of factors, which may be influencing the rate of growth, and other factors which monitor your plant growth from germination to harvest.

Even with a good seed or a good plant, satisfactory and prolific crops are not going to be produced unless the planting is done at the right time and in a proper manner.

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The GIANT Book on Growing Vegetables in Your Garden

Azioni libro

Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

The GIANT Book on Growing Vegetables in Your Garden

Lunghezza: 231 pagine1 ora

Descrizione

Table of Contents

Introduction
Time of Planting
Vegetable Crops and Cold Resistance
Planting Seeds Depth
Why Are Rows Necessary?
Planting Methods
Planting Rate of Seeds
Thinning of Your Plants
Transplanting
Setting Plants by Hand And Machines
Watering Your Plants
Puddling
Using Plant Protectors
Conclusion
BEANS
Cultivating Beans
Using Poles
Lima Beans
Climatic requirements
Planting
Harvesting
Broad Beans
Planting and Cultivation
Harvesting
Soybeans
French Beans
String Beans and String Less Beans
Planting
Mung Beans
Mung Beans Sprouts – How to Make Sprouts
Peas
Drilling
Tips for a Good Pea Harvest
Dwarf Beans
Hardening Off
Tips for Good Dwarf Beans Harvest
Runner Beans
Runner Beans Supports
Getting a Good Runner Bean Harvest
Bean Harvesting Tips
Root Vegetables
Celery
Seed sowing
Trench Growing
Knowing More about Earthing up
Onions
Spinach
Summer Spinach
Winter Spinach
Leeks
Asparagus
Preparing Your Asparagus Bed
Conclusion
Cabbages and Savoys
Spring cabbages
Tips for Growing Cabbages
Harvesting the Crop
Summer and Autumn Cabbages
Winter Cabbages
Red cabbages
Savoys
Carrots
Tips for Carrot Care
Harvesting Your Carrots
Clamping
Lettuce, Mustard, and Cress
Cos Lettuces
Mustard and Cress
American Cress
Onions
Garlic
Harvesting
Health Benefits of Garlic
Weight Loss through Garlic
Antiviral and Antibacterial
Skin Protector
Garlic for Your Liver
Blood Sugar Reduction
Cholesterol Reduction
Onions
Soil Preparation for Onions
Seed Propagation
Planting
Thinning
Proper cultivation of Onions
Harvesting
To Top or Not to Top
Storage
Shallots
Growing Shallots
Harvest
Growing shallots for Bulbs
Leeks
Leek Propagation
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

Introduction

It does not matter whether you are an experienced gardener or are just a newbie, beginning to learn a brand-new field of growing your own fruit and vegetables – growing vegetables in your own garden, especially in the open depends on a number of factors.

This book is going to tell you all about how you can plant vegetable crops, in the open, and especially give you a number of tips about the other necessary factors which are going to help you get a plentiful harvest at the end of the growing season.

The time and the method of planting seeds and plants of a particular species, especially in the open, is going to determine – up to a certain extent – of the success or the failure of your particular crop. This is also going to rest on a number of factors, which may be influencing the rate of growth, and other factors which monitor your plant growth from germination to harvest.

Even with a good seed or a good plant, satisfactory and prolific crops are not going to be produced unless the planting is done at the right time and in a proper manner.

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