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Grow Your Own Organic Fruit and Vegetabl

Grow Your Own Organic Fruit and Vegetabl

Step-by-step guide on how and what to grow in an organic garden. Features 370 colour photographs, drawings and plans.
Our Price: €15.65
ISBN/EAN9780711230736
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Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Pub. Date: March 25 2010
Format: Paperback
Pages:288
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The interest in organic fruit and vegetables has never been greater. As people grow ever more suspicious of the chemicals used in food production, more and more gardeners are keen to grow their own vegetables and fruit while steering away from synthetic insecticides and pesticides. In this book John Fedor draws on both his training as a biochemist and his extensive gardening experience to explain exactly why and how to garden organically. He includes ground plans for gardens of all sizes, all the information you need on organic techniques such as soil care and composting, and an extensive illustrated directory of fruit and vegetables, with cultural information and recommended varieties. This is a book for beginners and experienced gardeners alike and set to become the standard reference manual on organic gardening.
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