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Organic Gardening For Dummies Paperback – March 9, 2009
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From the Back Cover
Ensure a healthy harvest through environmentally friendly gardening techniques.
Want to grow an organic garden? This guide shows you how. From maintaining your lawn and choosing problem-free plants to growing hearty fruits and vegetables, you'll discover how to stay organic year-round and reduce your garden's impact on both the environment and your wallet.
New to this edition — learn about the latest natural fertilizers, pest control methods, equipment, and gardening resources
Is organic right for you? — understand the basic concepts of organic gardening and plan a low-maintenance landscape
It all starts with the soil — test your soil, make compost, and nurture the underground ecosystem that helps your plants thrive
Deal with pesky pests — from weeds to bugs to diseases, discover the specific control measures and products for organic pest management
Food, glorious food — grow the freshest, tastiest, and most nutritious fruits, vegetables, herbs, and nuts
Open the book and find:
The benefits of gardening organically
Hands-on tips for gardeners at all levels
Color photos of successful organic gardening practices
Guidance in building and maintaining healthy soil
An overview of pest-control products
Inspirational tips for making eco-conscious decisions
Ways to attract helpful insects and other organisms
Ten ways to have an eco-friendly landscape
About the Author
Ann Whitman is the author of the first edition of Organic Gardening For Dummies.
Suzanne DeJohn is an editor with the National Gardening Association, the leading garden-based educational nonprofit organization in the U.S. NGA's programs and initiatives highlight the opportunities for plant-based education in schools, communities, and backyards across the country. These include award-winning Web sites garden.org and kidsgardening.org.
The National Gardening Association (NGA) is committed to sustaining and renewing the fundamental links between people, plants, and the earth. Founded in 1972 as “Gardens for All” to spearhead the community garden movement, today’s NGA promotes environmental responsibility, advances multidisciplinary learning and scientifi c literacy, and creates partnerships that restore and enhance communities.
NGA is best known for its garden-based curricula, educational journals, international initiatives, and several youth garden grant programs. Together these reach more than 300,000 children nationwide each year. NGA’s Web sites, one for home gardeners and another for those who garden with kids, build community and offer a wealth of custom content.
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This guide shows you how to do all sorts of gardening things from the benefits of organically gardening, healthy soil, maintaining your lawn and choosing problem-free plants to growing hearty fruits and vegetables, you'll discover how to stay organic year-round and reduce your garden's impact on both the environment and your wallet. Includes information about pest control methods (without the use of pesticides and herbicides), natural fertilizers,garden equipment, and resource information. Lots of information -- soil testing, making compost,
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Lots of information and hands on tips that are particle.
Very nice color photos.
Easy to read and straight forward.
The author Ann Whitman did an outstanding job with this valuable resource guide.
Most recent customer reviews
Grew up on a farm and bought it for the wife (because I though I knew it all).
I learned a lot that I did not know.