1. 4/10/2011 Tired of genetically modified food? Every day, Americans are moving more toward eating natural, locally grown food that is free of pesticides and preservatives-and there is no better way to ensure this than to grow it yourself. Anyone can start a garden, whether in a backyard or on a city...
  2. 1/1/1986 Joing the ranks of gardeners who are discovering that they can harvest more from less space, and with less effort. Find out how it's possible to keep the garden producing year-round, not matter where you live. All the techniques you need to turn your garden into a lush, productive, nonstop...
  3. 1/1/1980 The "Vegetable Growers' Companion" brings together, in a concise form, the field information gathered from six years of vegetable trials. The data should be used as a ready reference and guideline to the various disciplines involved with vegetable growing under local conditions. The tables...
  4. 12/6/1999 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...
  5. This book was compiled as a guide to promote the country's main non-traditional agricultural products. While this guide provides general data regarding specific selected products, it is not intended to bean all-inclusive guide containing the total range of information for importers interested in...
  6. Recurso clave 1/2/1998 Handy for commercial producers as well as backyard gardeners, this useful guide for growers and sellers of niche market produce provides detailed information about growing specialty crops that are growing in popularity among consumers. Includes 63 crop sheets from arugula to radicchio, basil to...
  7. 1/1/1998 Tiny dried beans with the grand name of Cherokee Trail of Tears, melons with a fanciful moniker like Moon and Stars. Parsnips, raised underground in Wisconsin, with the tropical scent of coconut. Green tomatoes that taste ripe and wonderful. They're all heirloom vegetables--old-time varieties...
  8. 1/1/1990 This directory, prepared by the IBPGR, created an international network of genetic resource centers. Hopefully the information will act as a catalyst in stimulating interest in the conservation and use of the genetic resources of vegetables.
  9. 1/1/1963 Vegetable growing is the largest single project carried ou by agriculture students in Thailand. One of their main problems is the lack of adequate information in the Thai language about the vegetable crops grown. This manual, in Thai and English is an attempt to help fill that need.
  10. 1/1/1984 Thousands of gardeners are discovering the joys of growing heirloom vegetables and fruits...older, classic, often rare varieties now difficult to obtain from commercial nurseries and seed companies. Older varieties are often better adapted to specific local growing conditions, offer a rich...