1. A complete garden reference on controlling insects and plant diseases without pesticides. Over 800 garden problems corrected, scores of garden plants considered, and many identifying drawings and helpful photographs. 2 Copies
  2. 1977-01-01 This booklet discusses some of the 1977 ideas of how to garden organically.
  3. A text composed of factual outlines, this teaching guide is designed in a simplified manner to help you interpret the organic method of gardening. The basic units are presented as chapters in outline form.
  4. Anything you would need to know about organic gardening is in this book.
  5. During his years as a scientist working for the British government in India, Sir Albert Howard conceived of and refined the principles of organic agriculture. Howard's The Soil and Health became a seminal and inspirational text in the organic movement soon after its publication in 1945. The Soil...
  6. "Organic Orcharding" will teach you everything you need to know about planning, planting, and maintaining your very own orchard.You'll also find insightful tips on: Developing woodlots Preventing diseases in fruit and nut trees Maintaining healthy fruit and nut trees Storing your produce And...
  7. 1977-01-01 The book explains a step-by-step approach, starting with preventive measures and working up to the more powerful remedies; from soil health, resistant varieties and companion planting, to traps, repellents and bug poisons.
  8. First published in 1986, this classic is back in print by popular demand. It is the authoritative text on edible landscaping, featuring a step-by-step guide to designing a productive environment using vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs for a combination of ornamental and culinary purposes. It...
  9. 1978-01-01 This book is a manual of procedures, giving you the step-by-step how and when of various planting techniques. Look too, in every chapter, for the principles--the "why"--on which these techniques are based.
  10. This booklet gives examples of how you can extend your growing season by using vegetables that grow in the cold, and by using greenhouses, plus the useage of a coldcellar.