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Grow Your Food For Free (Well Almost) - BF440

Grow Your Food For Free (Well Almost)
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Money Saving Ideas for Your Garden

By Dave Hamilton

Don’t like spending money in garden centers? Think you can make it yourself for a fraction of the price or find a cheaper option? Dave Hamilton shows you how, by recycling and reusing materials creatively and making the most of what you have, you can gather all you need to grow your food on a budget.

  • How to go through the gardening year on a shoestring
  • Making your own raised beds to fixing broken tools
  • Propagating and seed saving
  • Making your own plant feed and composting

Softcover. 240 pages. Green Books 2011.

  • Item Model Number: BF440
  • Shipping Dimensions: 9.25 x 6.75 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds

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