1. This publication is designed to help those who live in the Tropics and whose space is limited to grow some of their own food in containers. It contains information on choosing containers and sites, preparing the soil, establishing and caring for the plants, avoiding insect and disease problems,...
  2. Abstract, Sustainability, 2018 In Africa, many urban farmers apply cropping systems from rural backgrounds into their urban setting. This paper explores the possibility that “upgrading” cropping systems in African cities could boost economic empowerment for impoverished urban farmers. To these...
  3. The Crandalls how how anything that growns in a conventional garden can be grown in a container. This includes such unlikely candidates as asparagus, pumpkins,corn--even fruits such as apples, apricots, peaches, pears and figs. Container gardening also makes it possible for people in cold...
  4. Klein discribes how to plant tomatoes in a foam box. He discusses all aspects, from soil to pests.
  5. The reception and enthusiasm for straw bale gardening, introduced in 2013, has proved revolutionary in vegetable growing. Why? Because the bold promises in the book are kept:grow vegetables anywhere,earlier in the year,with no weeding. Gardeners everywhere are excited. Straw bale gardening works!...
  6. Container Gardening is filled with information and advice about growing and caring for plants in containers. Its sections will tell you what kind of soil to use, how often to fertilize, what pests and diseases to look out for, what to do when you go away on vaction, and which varietes of what...
  7. 1/2/2002 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...
  8. 19/4/1996 Tires make handy containers for gardening.
  9. 1/1/2012 In the United States, as in many other countries, schoolyard and community gardens are gaining popularity. Such gardens have potential for much more than just contributing to food security. Participants learn about nutrition and growing food, and they connect in a deeper way with where food comes...