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The Suburban Micro-Farm Paperback – December 14, 2016
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Amy's book is not only full of in-depth information, she offers links to her supplemental materials to get you started, keep you organized, and stay on track. In her introduction ..".at the core of this book is my strategy for developing a plan, prioritizing tasks, and keeping records. I'll share my process for organizing my micro-farm - along with a host of supplemental materials - to help you confidently turn your dream of a productive yard into a reality." The downloadable, supplemental materials will guide you in planning what to plant and when, utilizing checklists and monthly calendars to stay on track, and keeping records.
Having read many "Homesteading" books over the years, I am usually disappointed as the author attempts to cover a broad subject without adequate depth of information to be truly useful. That is not the case with Amy's The Suburban Micro-Farm. Amy offers in-depth information on Soil Development, Growing Vegetables, Micro-farming fruit, herbs, seed-starting and planting, edible landscaping principles, permaculture principles and practical applications for the suburban homesteader and so much more! This book has rekindled my excitement and enthusiasm!
In the second part of the book, it focuses on organization, seed starting, and ways to maintaining and harvesting your produce.
I find this book to be very through. It is easy to read and understand. The information contained in this book, is for the beginning gardener and the experienced. There are many tips and suggestions throughout the book that can benefit anyone looking create a productive organic garden.