1. This book is the result of years of research into what really does and does not encourage plants to grow faster and what works to protect them from diseases and pests. Gillman is also very clear on what concoctions should be avoided.
  2. 01/01/2010 This University of California, Santa Cruz, notebook contains many resources for instructors on organic farming and gardening. multiple numbered sections, illustrations
  3. 01/01/1975 This Rodale book is packed with information on what it takes to successfully do organic gardening. 1145 pages, photos
  4. 01/01/2004 This is a collection of separate papers: Seed Processing & Storage, Isolation Distance for Seed Crops, Bean Seed Production, Brassica Seed Production, Cucumber Seed Production, Pepper Seed Production, and Tomato Seed Production. papers vary 17-35pages, illustrations
  5. 06/01/1991 This booklet grew out of a one day workshop. By learning to raise compost crops, diet crops and income crops in a 100 square foot bed, you can begin to understand what you will need to know in order to grow food for your diet, crops for a modest income, and the compost material to keep the soil...
  6. 01/01/1987
  7. Tells how to control birds, rodents, wild animals, dogs, cats, and insects without using chemicals.
  8. The purpose of this book is to help only those who want to grow their own food organically, and won't plow through a dozen texts to learn the basics.
  9. This publication includes an article from EDN #123 with additional pictures from Bill & Gerry Cotton's garden.
  10. 01/01/1996 This publication describes how to make compost in 14 days. 64 pages, illustrations