Let's have a garden of plenty!
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CTA. 1999. Let's have a garden of plenty! . Spore 83. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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A garden of plenty By D Hall. David Philip AFRICASOUTH Learner Series 1999. 54 pp. ISBN 0 86486 087 0 CTA number 952. 5 credit points.
Thinking of establishing a garden on that plot you just obtained but don't know how and where to start? The book 'A garden of plenty' is very useful for those who want to grow their own food and deals with areas such as planning, deep trenching, composting, mulching and watering, controlling pests without poisons, growing different crops and protecting the garden from weather. A garden of plenty includes making fences, windbrakes and frames, using reed and making frames for beans, peas and tomatoes. It also includes a section on keeping chickens, making a deep-litter house, feeding hens, keeping ducks and bantams and managing a chicken project successfully. A garden of plenty By D Hall. David Philip AFRICASOUTH Learner Series 1999. 54 pp. ISBN 0 86486 087 0 CTA number 952. 5 credit points.
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