Are you tired of overpriced vegetables? Are you sick of washing off all those nasty pesticides from undernourished vegetables grown in depleted soil?
Whether you want to save money, eat healthier vegetables, or know how to easily plant your own organic vegetable garden, this is the guide for you. In this book I will show you just how easy it is to plan, plant, and grow your own organic vegetable garden.
How many more times are you willing to drive to get half-rotten undernourished vegetables?
This book focuses on the best strategies that have been mastered over the last several hundred years to help you inexpensively yield a magnificent garden of nutrient-rich vegetables.
It will be easy and fun to grow your own garden.
Do you purchase your vegetables from a grocery store? Did you know that organic homegrown vegetables are healthier, taste better, and can actually save you money?
Gardening is also extremely relaxing. You will find yourself amazingly free of mental tension and worry, as the sun and soil infuse you with peaceful energy. And the rewards are great! In addition to improving your physical, mental, and emotional energy, you end up with a ton of fresh vegetables to enjoy!
In this easy to follow guide, you will find out how to start a vegetable garden from scratch and fill it with your favorite vegetables that all are sure to enjoy! You will also learn how to determine when a plant is ready to harvest as well as practical tips that will enable you to produce all the vegetables that you need with enough left over to give away. I have also included valuable information on ways that you can store and preserve your vegetables for later consumption.
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False Title - Not Organic
Continued to talk about organic gardening and not switched to non-organic methods mid the book.
This book has the word "Organic" in the title but once you get to the sections on weed control it starts telling the reader how to use techniques that are not only non-organic, they are so destructive to the environment and the body that they should be banned. He even talks about using herbicides. Up until that point I was quite happy with the book and would have rated it at least 4 stars if not for this.
- Penelope "Penelope T."
Time to go gardening!