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How to Grow More Vegetables, Ninth Edition
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It could be a good reference book for someone who wants to be very meticulous about growing vegetables without fertilizer or pesticides, even organic ones. The Mindful Glow Cookbook. It did have a number of tips about how to grow your own food with limited land resources, and even how it is theoretically possible to make money selling the excess crop. I received this book, for free, in exchange for an honest review. This is one of the reasons their culture survived when others around them were collapsing.
The book is about how to grow pretty nearly all your food and your garden’s fertilizer on a modest amount of land. There vegetablse no discussion topics on this book yet. This book is very “hippie” and earthy. Debra Laulainen rated it liked it Jun 19,