Vegetable Growing Month-by-Month :The down-to-earth guide that takes you through the vegetable year

Vegetable Growing Month-by-Month

Vegetable Growing Month-by-Month :The down-to-earth guide that takes you through the vegetable year

Published: 13 March, 2008
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Whatever the size of your garden or allotment, you can grow your own vegetables. Even if you only have a balcony or a small paved area outside your kitchen, you can grow more than you ever thought possible in pots, containers and raised beds.

Experienced vegetable grower John Harrison takes you through the entire vegetable year so that, for all the main vegetables, you'll know exactly when you should sow your seeds, dig your plot and harvest your crops.

Choose the most appropriate vegetables for your particular soil and select the right position so that they flourish. Discover how to make your own compost and organic fertilisers, as well as the best methods of controlling pests. Find out how to extend the season by buying or building your own cloches and cold frames.

Put an end to worries that your shop-bought vegetables contain chemical residues or to concerns about the air miles such vegetables have flown en route to your table!

A great value no frills book packed with knowledge. Written by a genuine kithchen gardener. As a horticultural lecturer this is one book I would recommend to those new to vegetable gardening. * J. Trim, *
This book gets down to basics, is well set out and you can get to where you want to easily. Worth every penny. * Mr. R Cannon, *
The bestselling gardening book ... information-packed and down-to-earth * Mail on Sunday *
This book is a bit like having the most experienced veg grower from the local allootments in your pocket. * Gardening Which? *

John Harrison has been growing vegetables for over 30 years. He uses many organic methods and works with nature rather than against it. He is passionate about the quality of our food and the ecology that supports us all on this planet. He has been a member of the Henry Doubleday Research Association (now known as Garden Organic) since 1976 after meeting with L D Hills in Bocking. He's also a member of the National Vegetable Society and currently serves as Secretary of the Crewe and Nantwich District Association of the NVS. In 2004 he started which is now the largest and most popular website on allotments and vegetable growing.

Type Book
ISBN 9780716021896
Number Of Pages 256
Item Weight 182 g
Product Dimensions 149 x 201 x 16 mm
Publisher Little, Brown Book Group
Format Paperback