Books in category Gardening – Techniques

  • Vertical Gardening

    Vertical Gardening
    Derek Fell

    Shares methods of growing vegetables, flowers, and fruits vertically with tips on choosing a site, composting, and controlling weeds, pests, and disease.

  • Beyond Buds

    Beyond Buds
    Ed Rosenthal

    Completely updated with full-color photographs that are both “how-to” guides and eye candy, this book enables not only the health-conscious toker but also the bottom line–driven cultivator.

  • La poda de frutales

    La poda de frutales
    Hansjörg Haas

    Cómo y cuándo podar cada especie. Plantas frutales más sanas, más bellas y con floraciones más abundantes

  • The Biology of Vines

    The Biology of Vines
    Francis E. Putz

    This 1992 book is a treatment of what was known about climbing plants, written by a group of experts.

  • A Place All Our Own

    A Place All Our Own

    Mary Irish describes how she and her husband Gary transformed a barren plot of land around their house in Scottsdale, Arizona, into a thriving garden.

  • Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener

    Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener
    Joseph Tychonievich

    Brighter zinnias, fragrant carnations, snappier green beans Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener makes it easier than ever to breed and grow your own varieties of vegetables and flowers.

  • One Straw Revolutionary

    One-Straw Revolutionary
    Larry Korn

    One-Straw Revolutionary represents the first commentary on the work of the late Japanese farmer and philosopher Masanobu Fukuoka (1913 – 2008), widely considered to be natural farming’s most influential practitioner.

  • Ekologi Papua

    Ekologi Papua
    Sri Nurani Kartikasari, Andrew J. Marshall, Bruce Beehler

    Publikasi Ekologi Papua ini merupakan jilid terakhir dalam Seri Ekologi Indonesia.

  • Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation

    Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation
    Tradd Cotter

    The book first guides readers through an in-depth exploration of indoor and outdoor cultivation.

  • Farming the Woods

    Farming the Woods
    Ken Mudge, Steve Gabriel

    In Farming the Woods, authors Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel demonstrate that it doesn’t have to be an either-or scenario, but a complementary one; forest farms can be most productive in places where the plow is not: on steep slopes and in …

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