Gardening When It Counts
Gardening When It Counts: Growing Food In Hard Times, by Steve Solomon, helps you rediscover traditional low-input gardening methods for healthy food production.
Prior to the 1970s, North American home food growing used more land with less labor, wider plant spacing, little or no irrigation, and could all be done with sharp hand tools.
Gardening When It Counts teaches you the fine art of outdoor gardening using a system that requires only a bucketful of household waste water, around $200 of hand tools, and about the same amount spent on supplies.
Designed for gardeners with little or no experience, you can learn how to halve your food costs with only 3000-5000 square feet of garden space.
You'll be amazed at the amount of food you can grow working an average of two hours a day during the growing season.
A Mother Earth News paperback book with 360 pages.