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  1. 2015-01-01 Because of Florida's tropical and subtropical climates, it is especially important for the state'sgardeners to incorporate areas that provide refuge from the heat and sun. Yet little is available about how to garden effectively for shade so that the end result is varied, attractive, and...  
  2. Includes the best of Florida's native flowering plants that attract and feed native butterflies. These are the plants that naturally supported themore than 160 butterfly species that bred in Florida well before the impacts of man became noticeable. The book is also about the butterflies...  
  3. Gardening the Mediterranean Way provides us with the process, the tools, and the techniques for designing, planting, and establishing a garden responsive to the climate.  
  4. 1981-01-01 This manual is a practical guide to the use of draft animals and animal-powered farm equipment. It is written primarily for use by Peace Corps Volunteers and agricultural extension personnel working in animal traction development programs, but it can be used by farmers who are teaching themselves...  
  5. The symposium on "Tomato and Pepper Production in the Tropics" is an attempt to bring together scientists working on both vegetables, particularly those from developing countries to exchange current information on a broad spectrum of themesranging from genetic resources conservation, varietal...  
  6. 1999-06-12 With full-color photographs and detailed expert advice, this affordable paperback describes how to grow abundant vegetables and edible herbs in gardens anywhere in Florida. Whether you’re planting spring peas and sweet corn or crisp cucumbers and the dill you need to can them, Jim Stephens offers...  
  7. The books's forcus is on commercial production rather than subsistence. It emphasizes techniques to produce good quality fruits and nuts that can be sold and fetch good prices. It outlines techniques for propagating and planting, gives options for processing produce of each species, and tells how...  
  8. Vegetable Gardening is one of a series of inexpensive books which have been designed to treat a variety of indidual agricultural topics in greater depth than could be expected in general textbook. They are particularly of interest to students and teachers in Schools of Agriculture.  
  9. The Calendar of Organic Gardening means to tell you how to garden day-by-day in seven different climate zones that stretch the length and breath of our land, north to south and east to west-roughly 1500 by 3000 miles.  
  10. The Gourd Book provides fascinating scientific information and folklore about these remarkable plants and keys for identifying species.