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The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible
Discover Ed’s High-Yield W-O-R-D System for All North American Gardening Regions
Edward C. Smith
ISBN: 1-58017-212-1
351 pages.
$ 24.95
Vegetable gardeners get the last WORD. . . And discover a whole new way to garden! Now you can enjoy higher yields with less work by using the WORD system of gardening: Wide rows, Organic methods, Raised beds and Deep soil. Ed Smith shows you how in this comprehensive volume by providing a wealth of information for planning and planting your self-sufficient garden: Proper site selection, starting seeds, mulching and weed control, watering and irrigation systems, composting and soil building, companion planting, trellising, and natural pest control. Also includes crucial information on the best varieties, proper seed depth, soil temperature, and pH levels. Plus water, light and nutrient needs on over 60 favorite herbs and vegetables! Over 300 BIG pages, with 100s of beautiful color photos, illustrations and charts from the master gardener!




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