1. Describes the history of tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, eggplants, peas, beans, lettuce, celery, carrots, radishes, beets, pumpkins, cucumbers, melon, and corn
  2. 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...
  3. Each vegetable is discussed in detail. You'll know the problems and their solution, understand how to raise, harvest, and store the seeds.
  4. 1972-01-01 A comprehensive book on tropical vegetables, primarily directed to South-East Asia, but of value throughout the tropics. It presents an account of the scientific background--soils, fertilizers, pests, climate--and of the nutritive values of vegetables. It also describes and illustrates the...
  5. This Yearbook has been written by knowledgeable specialists throughout the United States and can be your guide for a successful garden. The four sections of the book are: Introduction to Gardening, Home Garden Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts, and Home Food Preservation. 2 Copies (Different bindings)...
  6. The main objective of this Agrodok is to serve as a general manual for those who practise or teach gardening in developing countries, in order to improve the living conditions of the in habitants of these countries. 1st Edition and 4th Edition available
  7. Vegetables are divided into four major groups: fruit vegetables, leaf vegetables, legumes, and roots and tubers. Each vegetable is discussed using a 22 point system including scientific name and chromosome number, English common name, common names in other languages, edible parts, origin,...
  8. Demonstrates square foot gardening techniques, discusses planning, soil preparation, transplanting, and harvesting, and gives advice on selling surplus produce
  9. Discusses how to grow 62 of the most popular vegetables, fruits, nuts and fragrant herbs, and provides information on storage and harvesting
  10. 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!...