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  • Cooking With Potatoes

    Cooking With Potatoes

    By Dorothy Parker. Contains tons of potato recipes, including potato pizza, potato sutffed peppers, potato salad, and more exciting recipes.

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  • The Gardener's Guide to Common-Sense Pest Control

    The Gardener's Guide to Common-Sense Pest Control

    Offers an effective alternative-Integrated Pest Management(IPM), a strategy that relies on a variety of physical, culutral and biological methods to keep pests under control.

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  • What Every Gardener Should Know About Earthworms

    What Every Gardener Should Know About Earthworms

    By Dr. Henry Hopp. A report on earthworms by Dr. Henry Hopp, who is considered the worlds leading authority on earthworms and gardening.
  • Using Benificial Insects - As Organic

    Using Benificial Insects - As Organic

    By Rhonda Massingham Hart. Discusses how to use beneficial insects such as butterflies, bees, ladybugs, and praying mantises.

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  • Starting Seeds Indoors

    Starting Seeds Indoors

    By Ann Reilly. Discusses how to start seeds indoors, and the advantages of starting your own seeds,
  • Pest-Proofing Your Garden

    Pest-Proofing Your Garden

    By Ruth Harley. How to avoid problems with pests likes rabbits, deer, and raccoons.
  • Growing The Best Corn

    Growing The Best Corn

    By Nancy Bubel. Covers types of corn, planting, pollination, pest control, and more.
  • Growing and Using Garlic

    Growing and Using Garlic

    • Glenn Andrews
    • Booklet
    • How to grow
    • How to braid
    • Make your own garlic powder
    • Recipes.
  • Grow The Best Tomatoes

    Grow The Best Tomatoes

    By John Page. Discusses starting seeds, mulching, pest control, and more.
  • Grow The Best Peppers

    Grow The Best Peppers

    By Weldon Burge. Discusses vareities, transplanting, pests, and more.
  • Grow The Best Asparagus

    Grow The Best Asparagus

    By Michael Higgins. Discusses how to plant and grow asparagus, and includes several asparugus recipes.
  • Growing Great Garlic

    Growing Great Garlic

    • Ron L. Engeland
    • Softcover, 213 pages
    • Garlic cultivation from strain selection to harvest
    • Definitive guide to growing garlic
  • All the Onions and How to Grow Them

    All the Onions and How to Grow Them

    by Betty Jacobs Garlic, shallots, walking onions, potato onions, elephant garlic, leeks and chives. Complete cultural practices, including curing. Booklet.
  • Building and Using Coldframes

    Building and Using Coldframes

    By Chales Siegchrist. Explains how to build and use cold frames to extend your growing season.
  • Container Gardening

    Container Gardening

    By Patti Barrett. How to grow different types of plants in containers. Discusses planting mixes, fertilizing, pest control, and more.
  • Controlling Garden Weeds

    Controlling Garden Weeds

    By Barbara Pleastant. How to control weeds, how weeds grow, different weed control methods.
  • Gardening In Clay Soil

    Gardening In Clay Soil

    By Sara Pitzer. Discusses how to improve clay soil and how to garden with clay soil.
  • Grow Super Salad Greens

    Grow Super Salad Greens

    By Nancy Bubel. How to grow greens such as cabbage, collared greens, and endives.
  • Starting Seeds

    Starting Seeds

    Growing plants from seeds isn’t difficult; it just takes a little know-how. Now, gardeners of any experience level can get a jump on the growing season with this concise, straightforward guide. Expert gardener Barbara Ellis provides the basic information that you need and teaches you foolproof starting techniques for a variety of vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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