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  1. 1994-01-01 Educational chart project developed by Jan Powell, Ray McNeilan, JR & Associates, Consulting No page numbers, illustrated
  2. 1992-01-01 The author recounts the pleasure of serving home-grown vegetables during the winter months and provides instructions on how to accomplish this in your own garden. 2 Copies
  3. 1971-01-01 This book tell how to use chemical-free methods of growing vegetables in spaces around households and schools.Bio-Intensive Approach to Small-Scale Food Products includes information including characteristics of bio-intensive approach to small-scale household food production, layout for a...
  4. Inspired by the French tradition of teaching children to appreciate fresh and healthful foods, The Children's Kitchen Garden offers a new approach to gardening, cooking, and learning that brings children and adults together.
  5. This pamplet discribes how to plan a 100 Fold vegetable gardens (a version of a wicking bed)
  6. 1978-01-01 To help you derive the greatest measure of success, here is a concise but encyclopedic volume of all the things you need to know about the seeds you grow--their geographicial origin, relationship with other plants, germination requirements such as light, moisture and temperature, together with...
  7. Offers advice for planning, planting, and caring for a vegetable garden, provides specific information for more than thirty of the most popular vegetables, and includes harvesting and storing tips.
  8. 1983-01-01 Discusses the quality of American food, explains how to select the most nutritious varieties of fruits and vegetables, and offers advice on their cultivation, harvest, and storage.
  9. 1998-01-01 The sweet potato (also spelled 'sweetpotato') is an eccentric vegetable requiring different treatment than any other root crop grown by home gardeners. Half of this book deals with growing, curing and storing the sweet potato. The rest is a leisurely tour through the history, science and lore of...
  10. 1992-01-01 Suggests an approach to gardening which features narrow raised beds, shows how to transplant seedlings, use fertilizers, conserve water, and control pests, and looks at sample gardens.