[Pam Dawling] A practical guide for farmers or serious gardeners raising a variety of crops on a few acres. The author is a contributing editor to Growing for Market magazine. She provides a wealth of how-to growing details, time-saving field techniques, and extensive info on variety selections with a welcome Southeastern flavor from her years of experience providing yearround vegetables for 100 people at Twin Oaks Community in central Virginia. Chapters on cover crops, cultivation, individual vegetables, crop rotation, succession planting and more offer time and money-saving insights for experienced growers as well as beginning farmers. Pam’s early years as a gardener in England provide insights that make this volume an excellent resource for serious growers in any climate zone. Softcover, 400 pp.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 29 November, 2012.