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The Tui Nz Vegetable Garden

Author : Rachel Vogan
ISBN : 0143568280
Genre : Kitchen gardens
File Size : 84.94 MB
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A practical, highly illustrated guide to planting and maintaining a vegetable garden that will become an essential reference for gardeners of all skill levels seeking to grow some, or all, of their own food. This newly revised and updated third edition of The Tui NZ Vegetable Garden contains all the essential information you need, from how to condition the soil to how and where to plant, what kind of yield to expect from each plant variety and tips on planting and harvesting to acheive the best results in your garden. There is also a section on how to combat pests and diseases in order to build a healthy and thriving garden - whether you aim to grow just a few tomatoes in pots on your balcony or enough food to feed a family. Including more than 70 common and more exotic vegetables and herbs, each entry concludes with ideas for turning produce into tasty meals. There is also a garden diary that advises what needs to be done in the garden each month to create a flourishing vegetable patch.
Category: Kitchen gardens

The Tui Nz Vegetable Garden

Author : Sally Margaret Cameron
ISBN : 0143566121
Genre : Vegetable gardening
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The second edition of The Tui New Zealand Vegetable Garden contains all the essential gardening information you need, no matter what size garden you have. For beginners, it explains how to condition the soil, how and where to plant and harvesting tips. There is also a section on how to combat pests and diseases in order to build a healthy and thriving garden. The second edition builds on the information from the first by including new vegetable varieties and ways to cook the produce you grow, additional, up-to-date information throughout and an extensive, updated planting calendar. Chapters include: • •The Basics – building and preparing a garden and the basic life of a plant. •Garden management •A to Z of vegetables •A to Z of herbs •Problems in your garden – insects and pests, weeds and fungal diseases •Garden diary •Updated and extensive regional calendar
Category: Vegetable gardening

The Nz Vegetable Garden

Author : Sally Margaret Cameron
ISBN : 0143202286
Genre : Vegetable gardening
File Size : 48.85 MB
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The Tui New Zealand Vegetable Garden contains all the essential information you need, from how to condition the soil, how and where to plant, sprouting schedules to what kind of yield to expect from each plant variety, and harvesting tips. There is also a section on how to combat pests and diseases in order to build a healthy and thriving garden - whether yours is of the raised bed variety or some pot plants on your balcony. The Tui NZ Vegetable Garden includes 74 common and more exotic vegetables and herbs, and each vegetable section ends with recipe ideas for turning produce into a tasty meal. Chapters include: • •Preparing an edible garden •Garden management •A to Z of vegetables •A to Z of herbs •Problems and nasties in your garden •Garden diary and calendar
Category: Vegetable gardening

The Tui Nz Fruit Garden

Author : Sally Cameron
ISBN : 0143565362
Genre : Fruit-culture
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The Tui NZ Fruit Garden provides practical, highly illustrated information on how to grow your own fruit and nuts, whether you plan to plant a few containers on your balcony or want to develop a full home orchard. Author Sally Cameron, in conjunction with a panel of industry experts, explains the five steps to successful fruit gardening: planning, preparation, planting, care and maintenance, and harvesting your produce. The Tui NZ Fruit Garden includes 58 common and more exotic fruit and nuts suitable for growing in New Zealand gardens, and each entry concludes with recipe ideas for turning your produce into a tasty dish. As with its companion title The Tui NZ Vegetable Garden, The Tui NZ Fruit Garden contains a section on how to combat pests and diseases in order to build a healthy and thriving fruit garden, along with a garden diary and a growing calendar. 'A great reference to get you started in the vege patch.' NZ House & Garden 'This book is full of great garden projects that will be fun for the kids and for you.' NZ Gardener
Category: Fruit-culture

The Nz Fruit Garden

Author : Sally Margaret Cameron
ISBN : 0143203983
Genre : Fruit-culture
File Size : 34.20 MB
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The Tui NZ Fruit Garden provides practical, highly illustrated information on how to grow your own fruit and nuts, whether you plan to plant a few containers on your balcony or develop a full home orchard. The Tui NZ Fruit Garden explains the five steps to successful fruit gardening: planning; preparation; planting; care and maintenance; and harvesting your produce. It includes 58 common and more exotic fruit and nuts suitable for growing in New Zealand gardens, and each entry concludes with recipe ideas for turning produce into a tasty dish. As with its companion title, The Tui NZ Vegetable Garden, the Tui NZ Fruit Garden contains a section on how to combat pests and diseases in order to build a healthy and thriving fruit garden, a garden diary and growing calendar. Praise for The Tui NZ Vegetable Garden: 'A great reference to get you started in the vege patch' NZ House & Garden 'An indispensable guide for those of us who the green-thumb gene passed by. It's an easy-read, full-colour book with tabs dividing the sections on gardening basics, vegetable-specific instructions, a section on problem solving, and space to record your progress through the calendar year.' North & South 'An essential investment!' New Idea 'This little encyclopedia has pretty much everything you need to know about common and uncommon vegetables . . . And here's the bit about this book I really love - every vegetable listed has cooking instructions and a recipe. Perfect.' NZ Herald
Category: Fruit-culture

Agrobiodiversity School Gardens And Healthy Diets

Author : Danny Hunter
ISBN : 9780429620645
Genre : Education
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This book critically assesses the role of agrobiodiversity in school gardens and its contribution to diversifying diets, promoting healthy eating habits and improving nutrition among schoolchildren as well as other benefits relating to climate change adaptation, ecoliteracy and greening school spaces. Many schoolchildren suffer from various forms of malnutrition and it is important to address their nutritional status given the effects it has on their health, cognition, and subsequently their educational achievement. Schools are recognized as excellent platforms for promoting lifelong healthy eating and improving long-term, sustainable nutrition security required for optimum educational outcomes. This book reveals the multiple benefits of school gardens for improving nutrition and education for children and their families. It examines issues such as school feeding, community food production, school gardening, nutritional education and the promotion of agrobiodiversity, and draws on international case studies, from both developed and developing nations, to provide a comprehensive global assessment. This book will be essential reading for those interested in promoting agrobiodiversity, sustainable nutrition and healthy eating habits in schools and public institutions more generally. It identifies recurring and emerging issues, establishes best practices, identifies key criteria for success and advises on strategies for scaling up and scaling out elements to improve the uptake of school gardens.
Category: Education

New Zealand Wildlife

Author : Julian Fitter
ISBN : 1841622729
Genre : Nature
File Size : 29.58 MB
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A country of contrasts, full of wilderness and unusual wildlife, New Zealand is an under-explored corner of Australasia. This new addition to the Bradt wildlife series, illustrated with full-color photography throughout, offers the opportunity for visitors to discover curiosities such as New Zealand's emblematic but shy Kiwi. The national parks and tramping trails are essential ingredients and are covered in detail, allowing visitors to experience a range of dramatic scenery. There is also a section on the locations famously used in the ?Lord of the Rings' trilogy of films.
Category: Nature

New Zealand

Author : Mary Virginia Fox
ISBN : 051602728X
Genre : History
File Size : 25.42 MB
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Introduces New Zealand, first populated by the Maori, who named the land mass "Land of the Long White Cloud."
Category: History

The New Zealand Bed And Breakfast Book 1997

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ISBN : 1565542606
Genre : Bed and breakfast accommodations
File Size : 74.27 MB
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The definitive guide to bed and breakfasts in New Zealand presents descriptions of more than 400 private homes and hotels and their services. This newly updated reference book includes names, addresses, telephone numbers, prices, illustrations of the various homes, and directions to each establishment.
Category: Bed and breakfast accommodations