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How to Grow More Vegetables - BF400

How to Grow More Vegetables
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Learn About Biodynamic Sustainable Food Growing

By John Jeavons

8th revised edition

Alice Waters says in the Foreword: "How to Grow More Vegetables may be one of the most important how-to guides ever written." A classic in organic gardening literature. The definitive work on the art of biodynamic, French intensive gardening from one of the modern pioneers.

  • Learn the fundamentals of soil preparation and building
  • How to make compost and incorporating it into the soil
  • Seed propagation and seed saving
  • Companion planting, proper irrigation, fertilization, and more

An excellent resource for beginning organic gardeners as well as for those who wish to refine their techniques and maximize the productivity of their land.

Softcover. 240 pages. Ten Speed Press 2012.

  • Item Model Number: BF400
  • Shipping Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.75 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds

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