Getting on with growing food


£3.00
Authors: Val George and Lucy Morrell
Number of pages: 172
Date of publication: 2009
A4 bound photocopy, loose A4 pages Full colour photos and black & white illustrations.

Getting on with Growing Food is available here as a free PDF download

It is also available in Braille, as an audio CD, or a bound colour photocopy of the large print version.

Written as the next edition in the Getting on with Gardening series, this book has 172 full colour pages of information on how to grow your own fruit and vegetables.

The methods described have been tried-and-tested by people who have sight loss and you’ll find top tips from members of the National Blind Gardeners’ Club. The book covers all areas for planning your food garden, getting ready, seed sowing, planting and watering.

A month-by-month year planner tells you when to sow, maintain, plant and harvest vegetable and fruit garden staples throughout the year. We’ve kept things simple, so you can get started without fuss. The book also gives advice on how to extend your vegetable growing season through most months of the year by using protected growing.
Finally, we cover the basics of crop rotation, feeding, composting and pests and diseases.

Free postage for those registered blind or partially sighted. Please call 0118 988 5688 to order by phone.

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