Organic Gardening Magazine
- Category: Healthcare & Fitness
- Released date: 10/12/2010
- Current Version: 1.0.4
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August/September 2011 Organic Gardening Magazine Available Now
In This Issue:
Luscious Heirloom Watermelons: An all-American summer fruit that’s best fresh-picked, seeds and all.
The Accidental Farmer: Matthew Benson uses hard work, passion, and a keen sense of humor to turn a small herb garden into a profitable, diversified mini farm.
Big Sky Country: Finding their place under the sun took this couple to Montana, where art and garden combine with a majestic landscape.
Canning & Can Do: “Putting up” your bountiful harvest in jars and bottles guarantees year-round feasting. Kelly Geary’s and Jessie Knadler’s book Tart and Sweet provides advice on recipes for canning your harvest.
•Design Like a Pro: How to make a grand entry with thresholds in your garden.
•Plant TNT: Scarlet Leatherflower: A small but tough Texas native vine.
•Skills & Abilities: Make a compost sieve, and try buckwheat for a simple-to-use cover crop.
•Bibendum: Venerable verjus, a zingy alt-vinegar.
•Common Ground: Learning to love and live with “critters.”
•Provident Cook: Summer means corn on the cob, especially at the Adel Corn Festival.
•Pay Dirt: The Rodale Institute on growing cover crops as mulch.
•Ask Organic Gardening: Rain barrel how-to and effective weed control.
•Good Bug, Bad Bug: Assassin bugs: one of the good guys.
•Earth Matters: Bees and pesticides, soothing herbal teas, and creating habitats for pond fish.
•Profiles: Vandana Shiva, a voice of reason and science in the fight against GMO pollution.
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