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  • Four-Season Harvest

    Four-Season Harvest

    by Eliot Coleman Coleman shows the home gardener how to escape the confines of the growing season in chapters on compost, planning and preparing the outdoor garden, planting and cultivating, cold frames, tunnel greenhouses, root cellars and growing winter greens indoors. Revised Edition, 234 pages. Softcover.
    $24.95
  • GARDENERS A-Z GUIDE TO ORGANIC FOOD

    GARDENERS A-Z GUIDE TO ORGANIC FOOD

    484 page book by Tanya Denckla that covers organic productions of Veggies, Herbs, Fruits and Nuts. This book is easy to read and is not just for the home gardener. It covers everything from starting all the way to harvest. It is a great referance book that should be on every organic gardeners desk.
    $22.95
  • Return to Resistance

    Return to Resistance

    Breeding Crops to Reduce Pesticide Dependence. Robinson analyzes crop breeding's successes and shortcomings and explains how groups of farmers can work together to brred crops with durable resistance.
    $21.00
  • Root Cellaring

    Root Cellaring

    by Mike and Nancy Bubel The problem with growing potatoes is not in growing them. The problem is keeping them in good condition from harvest time until the next crop of the earliest new potatoes. A great how-to! 330 pages. Softcover.
    $16.95
  • The Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables

    The Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables

    Are heirloom vegetables more difficult to grow than conventional hybrids? The Beginner's Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables debunks this myth by highlighting the 100 heirloom vegetables that are the easiest to grow and the tastiest to eat.
    $19.95
  • Vertical Vegetables and Fruit

    Vertical Vegetables and Fruit

    At last, an innovative solution for urbanites, apartment dwellers, and anyone who wants to grow food in small spaces — grow up!

    Vertical Vegetables & Fruit shows how easy and fun small-footprint food gardening can be. Low maintenance and big harvests are just two of the benefits of using teepees, trellises, cages, hanging baskets, wall pockets, stacking pots, and multilevel raised beds to grow vegetables and fruit.
    $16.95

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