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Do you want a successful garden or mini farm in your backyard?
Do you not know where to start to create a sustainable organic garden?
Do you worry that your garden won't be something to be proud of?
Worry no more. A sustainable organic garden is within reach.
It doesn't matter if you are looking for a successful garden or a successful mini farm because this audiobook can help you either way. You can create a sustainable organic garden right in your backyard. You'll be proud when its crops are producing a high and healthy yield. From fruits to vegetables, you can have organic crops that rival anything that you can find at the organic aisle in the store.
From making your own fertilizer and compost, to choosing livestock for manure, to maximizing your space and utilizing every inch of what you have, this book can help you along the way. Creating a sustainable organic garden in your backyard doesn't have to be hard. And with the tips and tricks found in this book it's even easier.
From creating a routine to knowing your containers, everything you need to get started is found in this book. From tips and tricks to a guide on the best soil and plants to actually plant, you'll get suggestions on it all. Learn how to control pests and weeds, organically fertilize your plants, and get the most out of the plants you decide to plant. Learn how to create a sustainable and organic garden.
Listen to this book to find out how you can build a successful organic mini garden.
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Waste of paper
- John Knight
Do not waste your time or money on this audiobook.
A non-grammar snob might enjoy this.
Probably not. There are many things wrong with this book. Editing, or I should say the lack of editing, was one of them.
Probably not. Her inflections are off and that is distracting to the listener.
I am an admitted grammar snob. But I can tolerate a few errors or deviations, but thi book is poorly written. It is so littered with incomplete sentences and poorly constructed sentences that I could not finish it. It was just too painful to tolerate.
In addition to being poorly written grammatically, it is also severely lacking in the kind of detailed and technical information I was looking for.. The author is too vague on almost every topic to make this book of any use to anyone truly in need of detailed informational the topic of mini farming.
- Stephanie Snow