Grow More Food: A Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Getting the Biggest Harvest Possible from a Space of Any Size

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Price
$24.95  $23.20
Publisher
Storey Publishing
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Pages
304
Dimensions
8.5 X 10.8 X 0.7 inches | 1.86 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781635864090
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About the Author
Colin McCrate and Brad Halm are experienced CSA farmers and co-founders of The Seattle Urban Farm Company, a business that designs, builds, and maintains edible gardens. Their work has won awards at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show and has been profiled in GQ, Sunset, Newsweek, Outside magazine, Grist.org, Slate.com, and more. They both live and teach near Seattle.
Reviews

"Backyard gardeners looking to bring crops into their kitchen need look no further." -- Publisher's Weekly

"Essential reading for all vegetable gardeners. " --Niki Jabbour, Growing Under Cover

"Any home gardener will love the professional tricks of the trade." --Jean-Martin Fortier, The Market Gardener

"Co-authors and founders of the Seattle Urban Farm Company, McCrate and Halm have gathered their years of experience working with backyard gardeners and small-space farmers into five informative chapters packed with growing tips and strategies for gardening with purpose and an eye on increasing production." --Pacific NW Magazine

"Authors Colin McCrate and Brad Halm, founders of Seattle Urban Farm Company, want to show you how to grow more food in the space you have--whether that's a 90-square-foot garden or a half-acre one. They walk you through planning your garden setup, selecting seed varieties, making nutrient-rich compost, managing crop rotation, propagating cuttings, storing seeds and more. This book is a great guide for every stage of the vegetable-gardening process." --Modern Farmer