1. This publication reports on the introduction of Bio-Intensive Gardening Technology with displaced sugar workers of Negros.
  2. Instructions for the propagation, culture and care of these two groups as well as the origin of these species and the description of the most popular modern varieties, are set forth on the following pages.
  3. 2002-02-01 Clear and easy directions.Vegetables for every season: 21 varieties of beans, including favas and haricots verts; peppers from sweet orange Valencias to fiery Thai Dragons (scorchers at 60,000 Scoville units); dwarf eggplants; fingerling potatoes; 17 terrific tomatoes; lettuces; and Asian greens...
  4. 2013-01-01 In this exciting new edition ofAll New Square Foot Gardening, you'll find all of Mel's secrets revealed and all of his techniques explained. And you'll marvel at how simply it really is: Mix perfect soil in a raised box and space your crops carefully in square-foot grids. This beautiful new...
  5. 2018-02-08 Speaker Bio: Zolito Amor Alaba is the Livelihood Program Manager of Samaritan’s Purse Philippines based in Tacloban City, Leyte, and formerly the Project Coordinator of SEED Project. Mr. Alaba is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Management (Operations Management Major) in 2013 at the...
  6. 2018-02-08 Speaker Bio: Dennis J. Tungol is the co-founder and the Training Director of SEED Project – Asia, Phil. Inc. and at the same time the assistant Pastor of JCTV in Pureza, Manila. He finished his Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture and majored in Entomology, with a minor in Pathology, at the Gregorio...
  7. Key Resource 1975-01-01 In 1975,Let it Rot!helped start the composting movement and taught gardeners everywhere how to recycle waste to create soil-nourishing compost. Contains advice for starting and maintaining a composting system, building bins, and using compost. Third Edition. 318,000 copies in print. Just Let it...