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Gardening & Landscape Design
  • Author:
    Dick Raymond
  • ISBN:
    0882662716
  • ISBN13:
    978-0882662718
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  • Publisher:
    Garden Way Pub; Revised edition (1982)
  • Pages:
    140 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Gardening & Landscape Design
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Down-to-earth vegetable gardening know-how Paperback – 1982. This book, by Dick Raymond, is a wonderful guide that has served us well from the time we were beginning gardeners, and through the years as we got better and better

Down-to-earth vegetable gardening know-how Paperback – 1982. by. Dick Raymond (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. This book, by Dick Raymond, is a wonderful guide that has served us well from the time we were beginning gardeners, and through the years as we got better and better.

Series: Down-To-Earth Book. I used this book for all my gardening years and just bought 2 used ones for friends. It is extremely well done and easy to follow directions. Paperback: 192 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0882666495. Product Dimensions: . x . x 11 inches.

Down-To-Earth Vegetable Gardening Know-How. This book is the best gardening book I've ever read. 0882662716 (ISBN13: 9780882662718). Charlotte, Vt. : Garden Way Pub. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by loader-DanaB on May 28, 2010.

This 186 page book is a concise guide to growing vegetables and herbs.

He's also written Down-to-Earth Gardening Know-How for the 90's, among other books. Dick was head vegetable gardening specialist at Garden Way Gardens in Vermont for 15 years where the Joy of Gardening television series was filmed. He also gardened and cared for plots in Texas, Florida, Georgia, and on the West Coast for Garden Way. Over 40 years of hands-on experience have made Dick a very respected gardener and teacher.

Down-to-earth vegetable gardening know-how by Raymond, Dick. Well you're in luck, because here they come. The most common gardening know how material is ceramic. The most popular color? You guessed it: green.

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Are you sure you want to remove Down-to-earth vegetable gardening know-how from your list? Down-to-earth vegetable gardening know-how. Rev. ed. by Dick Raymond. Published 1982 by Garden Way Pub. in Charlotte, Vt. Written in English.

A Chinese engineer reveals how he grew the FIRST EVER plant on the . An team member from the Chang'e-4 mission explained gardening on the moon.

A Chinese engineer reveals how he grew the FIRST EVER plant on the MOON using a mini-biosphere, which kept it alive for 9 days as its roots spread out sideways instead of downwards. The team created a small mini-biosphere and sprouted a cotton seed. The seed grew two leaves and its roots grew sideways instead of downward. The atmospheric pressure inside the cylinder matched that on Earth, and they used special cooling equipment to keep the internal temperature around 98°farenheit. External temperatures on the moon could reach highs of 260°farenheit.

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This book is very similar to his newer "Joy of Gardening". They both seem to deliver the same information. The "Joy of Gardening" does have 'more years of experience' behind it, though most of it is built upon the ideas in this book. The "Joy of Gardening" book is also a bit more personalized and conversational where this one is a bit more factual/technical.

Every winter I pull books off the shelf and read through them. Some I spend more time between the pages than others. Different years different books get different attention. I read "Joy of Gardening" about a month before I read this book. I didn't realize they were the same author until maybe the third page. The writing style is completely different between the two. Personally I enjoy this one a bit more.

The reason this season these books have garnered my attention is his techniques are strikingly similar to how I have personally evolved my garden over years of trial and error.

I highly recommend this book or the Joy of Gardening book by Dick Raymond.
Kelenn
have found many interesting theories in this book. Will implement some of them in next years garden. Thanks
Shaktizragore
This is an excellent reference for gardeners. There is information on tilling, planting, fertilizing, pest and disease control, variety selection and more. I find it more helpful than calling the Extension Service.
Amhirishes
This book, by Dick Raymond, is a wonderful guide that has served us well from the time we were beginning gardeners, and through the years as we got better and better. We bought this copy to pass on to our grown children; now gardeners in their own right!
Mr_Mix
I bought this same book in the 1970s when I was just starting to garden. It helped me so much that after 35 years gardening, I still reference it. I bought this one for a friend so she can get the same great instruction. There are simple illustrations for building a cold frame, raised beds, companion planting, starting seedlings etc. Just an all-around good book for starters and experienced organic gardeners.
Charyoll
This book is filled with great information. My mom gave me her copy, and I liked it so much I bought another to give to a friend who is starting her own large garden. Perfect for beginner and experienced gardeners alike!
Onaxan
Glad to find it.
Old book but one of the best out there...Great Book...