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Fruit, Vegetable And Herbs eBook
Turn your garden into a source for delicious fruit, vegetables and herbs for you and your family to enjoy. This full colour ebook provides all the guidance and instruction you’ll need to enjoy great food, and great savings on the produce you grow yourself.
Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs
by John Mason
Fruits, Vegetable and Herbs course online. What could be nicer than eating fresh food straight from your garden? This full colour ebook will show you how to grow your own fruit, vegetables and herbs; saving you money and providing a source of joy and relaxation.
What you produce from your garden will depend on the amount of space that you have. Obviously the larger the property the more potential you will have to produce a large variety of crops.
Large properties can support a range of fruit trees, vines, vegetables, herbs, grains and even hay and straw as wellas animals and chickens. This ebook is just the beginning
CHAPTER 1 - Food from the Garden
What can you produce in your garden?
CHAPTER 2 - Deciding what to grow.
CHAPTER 3 - Successful growing
- Cold and the garden
- Different growing methods
- Where to get helpful information
CHAPTER 4 - Fruits
- Introduction - fruit trees for all climates
- How to develop an espalier on a wall
- Good backyard fruit trees for a range ofclimates
CHAPTER 4 PART I - Decidious Fruit Trees
- Winter chilling requirements
- Pests and diseases
- Deciduous fruit encyclopedia
- Bare-rooted fruit trees
- Pruning deciduous fruit trees
CHAPTER 4 PART 2 – Citrus Fruits
- Tolerance to different climates
- How to grow healthy citrus
- Citrus species
CHAPTER 4 PART 3 – Tropical Fruits
- What fruits when
CHAPTER 4 PART 4 – Berries
- Berry fruit
CHAPTER 4 PART 5 – Nuts
- Introduction to nut growing
- Commonly grown nuts
CHAPTER 4 PART 6 – Vine crops
- Grape varieties
CHAPTER 4 PART 7 – Using Produce
What to do with excess fruit
CHAPTER 5 - Vegetables
- Why grow vegetables?
- The site
- Choosing what to grow
- Feeding and watering
- Planning the cropping programme
- Pests and diseases of vegetables
CHAPTER 6 - Mushrooms
- Four easy steps to growing mushrooms
CHAPTER 7 - Special growing techniques
- Growing produce in containers
- Permaculture gardening
- More special growing techniques
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