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Down to Earth!: The Absolute Beginner's…
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Down to Earth!: The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Growing Organic…

by David Prosser

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0908704216, Paperback)

Books on vegetable gardening can be very intimidating. They tell you about all the tools, time, effort, experience and hard graft you need to grown great greens - and put you off completely.

Down To Earth! Is different. David Prosser makes it all seem so simple you'll wonder why you waited so long. His methods are organic, so you don't need to learn when to spray what herbicides, pesticides or artificial fertilizers. Lots of good old-fashioned compost and mulch are the mainstays of the organic way, and the cover photographs of the produce from David's own garden are testimony to its success.

From soil preparation to planting, mulching, plant care and compost-making, ths no-nonsense, user-friendly book takes it all back to basics. It's filled with hints and tips from a gardener who's big on short-cuts and ways to save time and money.

As well as giving you an endless supply of crunchy, fresh, healthy vegetables, unlike any you have tasted before, gardening can also be fun!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:23 -0400)

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