MINI FARMING GUIDE TO VEGETABLE GARDENING

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Mini Farming Guide To Vegetable Gardening

Author : Brett L. Markham
ISBN : 9781620873786
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 30.65 MB
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Make the most of your vegetable garden with Brett Markham, author Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on ¼ Acre. This comprehensive new handbook covers everything you need to know about maximizing and harvesting the best vegetables you can possibly produce. With each chapter addressing a different vegetable, you’ll learn tips and tricks about varietal selection, nutritional merits, how to begin, special hints for growing, and how to deal with particular pests and diseases, plus one or two creative recipes to get you started. With over 150 of Markham’s own photographs guiding you every step of the way, you’ll find this an honest, straightforward guide and a must-have for any vegetable mini-farmer.
Category: House & Home

Mini Farming Guide To Vegetable Gardening

Author : Brett L. Markham
ISBN : 1616086157
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 53.18 MB
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Make the most of your vegetable garden with Brett Markham, author Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on ¼ Acre. This comprehensive new handbook covers everything you need to know about maximizing and harvesting the best vegetables you can possibly produce. With each chapter addressing a different vegetable, you’ll learn tips and tricks about varietal selection, nutritional merits, how to begin, special hints for growing, and how to deal with particular pests and diseases, plus one or two creative recipes to get you started. With over 150 of Markham’s own photographs guiding you every step of the way, you’ll find this an honest, straightforward guide and a must-have for any vegetable mini-farmer.
Category: House & Home

The Mini Farming Bible

Author : Brett L. Markham
ISBN : 9781632200471
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 59.29 MB
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When Brett Markham published a small black and white handbook about how to run a successful mini farm—he never dreamed how popular the book would soon become. In 2010 Skyhorse Publishing Inc. published Brett’s book in full color with over a hundred of the author’s own photographs—and Mini Farming became an instant bestseller spawning four additional Mini Farming books on everything from fermenting to composting. Now for the first time all 5 Mini Farming titles are collected together in one massive volume: Mini Farming Maximizing Your Mini Farm Mini Farming Guide to Composting Mini Farming Guide to Vegetable Gardening Mini Farming Guide to Fermenting Learn how to make your own compost, save seeds, start a compost pile, ferment your own wine, get the most out of your vegetable garden—and more! And all on just ¼ acre or less. Learn why tens of thousands of readers across North America have chosen Mini Farming for all their self sufficiency needs. This is the must have guide for any farmer—whether they’re beginners or experienced mini farmers looking for new ideas.
Category: Gardening

Mini Farming Guide To Fermenting

Author : Brett L. Markham
ISBN : 9781616086138
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 41.48 MB
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Contains fermenting recipes and teaches the principles and chemistry behind fermentation so that readers can create their own recipes.
Category: Cooking

The Mini Farming Guide To Composting

Author : Brett L. Markham
ISBN : 9781620879689
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 72.50 MB
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Composting has never been easier—learn how to incorporate Brett Markham’s amazing composting techniques to maximize your vegetable output, increase your self-sufficiency, and be kind to the ecosystem. Brett Markham, author
Category: Gardening

The Ultimate Prepper S Guide

Author : Jay Cassell
ISBN : 9781629141305
Genre : Reference
File Size : 24.69 MB
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The Ultimate Preppers' Guide is packed with practical approaches, step-by-step instructions, and how-to explanations for disaster and emergency preparation. Knowledge maps, flow charts, and templates provide important information at a glance and walk you through your decisions on personalizing and customizing disaster preparation for you, the family, and your business. The Ultimate Preppers' Guide is logically organized, easy to reference, and simple to understand. It provides diverse coverage of disaster prep topics, including a comprehensive look at disaster first aid and medical problems where there are no responders or hospitals immediately available. This book brings you up to date on emerging prep trends and technologies and examines what works and what doesn’t. It explains how to prep with the budget you have and with many of the materials you already have at hand. It includes chapters on basic preparedness, communications, resource conservation, power and energy, emergency heating and cooling, water, food and nutrition, shelter, evacuation, public health, special needs, and specific hazards. This book will not just get you ready beforehand. When a disaster has happened, it will provide ideas for surviving, coping, and recovering.
Category: Reference

Mini Farming

Author : Luke Smith
ISBN : 1951345436
Genre :
File Size : 70.30 MB
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Introduction Chapter One: Why Mini Farming? Chapter Two: Crop Farming Chapter Three: Profitable Vegetables to Grow Chapter Four: Raising Specialty Livestock for Profit Chapter Five: How to Profit from Mini Farming Chapter Six: Pest Prevention and Maintenance Control Final Words
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The Backyard Garden

Author : Priscilla Stevens
ISBN : 9798653330483
Genre :
File Size : 89.66 MB
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Do you know exactly where your last meal came from? Just how ethical was it? 51% of people say they'd be willing to pay more for foods that have a less damaging impact on the environment... but what if you didn't have to? What if the answer to a more ethical and sustainable life was right in your backyard? Perhaps you thought your backyard was too small for growing vegetables. Perhaps you thought you lacked the knowledge and skills to grow delicious organic produce in your own garden. The truth is, humans have been growing food for over 20,000 years. We are adept at this, and no space is too small. Imagine being able to guarantee that everything on your plate was chemical-free and homegrown. Imagine enjoying produce that you picked fresh just minutes before you cooked it. Imagine knowing that your family was getting the best nutrient content possible from everything they ate. Sound time consuming and labor intensive? It doesn't have to be. In The Backyard Garden: A Beginner's Guide to Self Sufficient Mini Farming, you'll learn everything you need to get started on your journey towards full self sufficiency. You'll discover: How to turn even the smallest space into a bountiful farm A bulletproof approach to designing your garden for maximum yield The 8 key principles of biointensive farming - and why it will change your life Everything you need to know for vegetable-growing success Top secrets for growing fruit in every size of garden Why your new gardening buddy should be a chicken A realistic way to rear your own animals for meat with zero experience A 12-month plan for your garden Organic pest control secrets Tricks to make your garden do most of the work for you And much more. Many of us wish we knew more about where our food came from, so why aren't more of us growing our own? Home food production doesn't have to be complicated. It isn't expensive, and it doesn't require acres of land. With just a little understanding of what you need to get started, you can begin a healthier, more sustainable, and more fulfilling life. Over 75% of packaged food in the USA contains genetically modified organisms. Imagine being confident that you would never have to feed them to your children again. If you're ready to begin your journey to self sufficiency, click "Add to Cart" right now. It's time to say goodbye to the supermarket.
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The Organic Composting Handbook

Author : Dede Cummings
ISBN : 9781629142609
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 25.80 MB
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Great compost is one of the most important secrets of successful organic gardening. In this comprehensive guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the various methods of composting and how to adapt them to your home and garden. With full-color photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, this will be a welcome addition to every organic gardener’s library. Topics covered include: • What you can and can’t throw on your compost pile • How to balance nitrogen and carbon in your pile for quick decomposition and rich compost • Buying or building the best tools and containers • Vermicomposting • How to compost indoors • Troubleshooting smelly compost, dry compost, and other problems • How and when to apply the compost to your garden beds With growing concerns about the use of pesticides, herbicides, and GMOs in mainstream gardening practices, more and more families are turning to their backyards to grow their own food using methods they know are safe. The need for clear, straightforward instruction on organic gardening techniques has never been greater. With The Organic Composting Handbook, readers will get the information they need to prepare their gardens for healthy, abundant crops.
Category: Gardening

The Vegetable Gardener S Guide To Permaculture

Author : Christopher Shein
ISBN : 9781604695403
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 36.2 MB
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“A useful and a wonderful resource whether you grow on a balcony, rooftop or in the ground.” —Yolanda Burrell, owner of Pollinate Farm and Garden Supply Once a fringe topic, permaculture is moving to the mainstream as organic gardeners discover the wisdom of a simple system that emphasizes the simple idea that by taking care of the earth, the earth takes care of you. The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture is for home gardeners of every skill—with any size space—who want to live in harmony with nature to produce and share an abundant food supply with minimal effort. Christopher Shein highlights everything you need to know to start living off the land lightly. You’ll learn how to create rich, healthy, and low-cost soil, blend a functional food garden and decorative landscape, share the bounty with others, and much more.
Category: Technology & Engineering