Organic Fruit Growing and Organic Vegetable Gardening Bindup

Organic Fruit Growing and Organic Vegetable Gardening Bindup

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Go organic with these two classic companion books from organic gardening expert Annette McFarlane



TWO ORGANIC CLASSICS IN ONE VOLUME
Organic Vegetable Gardening
This bestselling guide to growing a wide range of vegetables organically includes
- the basics - how to plan your garden and prepare soil, make compost, develop a planting guide, propagate, and sow and germinate seeds
- a comprehensive, A-Z guide to growing over 115 vegetables including Asian greens and unusual varieties
- growing Australian bush food, and a wide range of exotic herbs and spices
- growing mushrooms, and edible flowers and weeds
- vegie gardening in containers
- seed saving and heirloom vegetables.

Organic Fruit Growing
This no-fail guide for beginners through to experienced gardeners makes fruit-growing easy! Discover a wealth of information on
- how to schedule year-round production
- soil preparation, drainage, waterwise design, nutrition and coping with climatic variations (including drought tolerance)
- propagation, purchasing and planting
- pruning and training
- pollination and fruit set
- pests and diseases and how to control them organically
- a comprehensive guide to growing 60 shrubs, vines and trees
- delicious recipes for using your produce.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 189 x 250 x 29mm | 1,472g
  • Sydney, Australia
  • 0733334806
  • 9780733334801
  • 1,899,737

About Annette McFarlane

Annette McFarlane is the author of three books and teaches at Grovely TAFE Horticultural College in Brisbane. ABC Radio listeners throughout south east Queensland regularly tune in to hear her words of wisdom each Saturday morning from 6.30am - 7.45am. Annette is also a regular contributor to Organic Gardening magazine.
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