1. Readily available plant and animal residues, even those you must pay for, can supply an extremely valuable source of plant foods that over the years will reward you with better soil better crops, and reduced grocery bills. And that means money in your pocket. But before you can expect those...
  2. 1/1/1977 This booklet discusses some of the 1977 ideas of how to garden organically.
  3. This research report discusses the historical significance and function of home gardens, offers a definition, and develops a policy-relevant typology based on ecological and socioeconomic determinants. Finally, a cross-cultural comparative review of the literatureis undertaken. Despite increasing...
  4. The articles in this issue discuss a household-level food production strategy which is as old as human civilization and plant domestication itself: the household garden. Show to have been of crucial importance to a large proportion of the population in recent world history, the home garden still...
  5. America's master gardener shows you how to make the most of your garden--from the smallest window box to the rambling acres of a country estate. In a lively, down-to-earth style, he gives you pointers on the personalities of your plants.
  6. This book advances our knowledge and appreciation of a truly extraordinary tropical fruit. For centuries, the jackfruit was a culinary staple and tradition in tropical Asia. Today, its seductive lure has reached the Americas with an exciting collection of new cultivars and modern management...
  7. This booklet included a brief history of crops commonly grown in the nineteenth century explain how they came to be grown in the United States and give more familiarity with each crop. Listed under each crop are some varieties that were grown regularly in nineteenth century gardens and that are...
  8. A good plan is the first step in establishing a home vegetable garden. Planning includes selecting the garden location; deciding on size and kinds and varieties of vegetables to plant: and determining where, when and how much of each vegetable to plant in the garden.
  9. A discussion for the amateur, and the professional and commercial grower, of the kinds, characteristics and methods of cultivation of the species of plants grown in the regions of the United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, for fruit and for vegetables; with keys to the natural families...
  10. A discussion for the amateur, and the professional and commercial grower, of the kinds, characteristics and methods of cultivation of the species of plants grown in the regions of the United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, for fruit and for vegetables; with keys to the natural families...