Cash from Square Foot Gardening

Cash from Square Foot Gardening In his best seller Square Foot Gardening Mel Bartholomew showed gardeners his revolutionary system of planting in square foot sections to boost vegetable yields Now in his follow up Mel tells you e

  • Title: Cash from Square Foot Gardening
  • Author: Mel Bartholomew
  • ISBN: 9780882663951
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • In his best seller, Square Foot Gardening, Mel Bartholomew showed gardeners his revolutionary system of planting in square foot sections to boost vegetable yields Now in his follow up, Mel tells you everything you need to know to be a successful square foot gardener Earn 5,000 or 10,000 or even 20,000 per year even with limited time and space This book takes the SqIn his best seller, Square Foot Gardening, Mel Bartholomew showed gardeners his revolutionary system of planting in square foot sections to boost vegetable yields Now in his follow up, Mel tells you everything you need to know to be a successful square foot gardener Earn 5,000 or 10,000 or even 20,000 per year even with limited time and space This book takes the Square Foot method beyond normal home use and shows how to produce an ABUNDANT HARVEST for profit, to feed a large family, or to provide food and or business experience for a group or institution.

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    1 thought on “Cash from Square Foot Gardening”

    1. Even though the book was written in the 1980s the gardening information is very timely! Also so is the philosophy about growing an abundance of food in a small space to sell. I had had a gardening hiatus while living elsewhere and traveling weekly so when I had a garden last year I was rusty and I could tell! But this year partly through reading this book and not traveling as often I feel more focused and know that my garden will be more productive than it was last year!I especially dig the work [...]

    2. 2000I didn't read this to find out how to grow food for cash. I am learning how to grow food in a fraction of the space and how to compost everything to put back into the soil.This book (together with another book titled How to Grow More Vegetables, by John Jeavons, 2006) has helped me with gardening problems I have not found answers to elsewhere. Examples include how to prevent damage to fruits and vegetables from wind, rain, and squirrels.

    3. I like the idea of a vegetable-growing business, but not using these intensive methods (which are actually inefficient). For better methods, read Gardening When It Counts, by Steve Solomon.

    4. I love gardening books, especially those that can help you visualize making a living at it! Mel did a great job on this one.

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