Grow More Food: A Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Getting the Biggest Harvest Possible from a Space of Any Size

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Grow More Food: A Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Getting the Biggest Harvest Possible from a Space of Any Size

by Colin McCrate and Brad Halm, 303 pages, 8½x 103/4, softcover. This book’s subtitle initially raised my hackles as being part of the American predilection for Bigger and More that creates so much destruction. Once I opened the cover, I was converted. The authors began their careers working on diversified farms, then launched a business that teaches others grow their own food. They have honed the information to what is most useful and streamlined it with good organization, clear descriptions and helpful charts. Practical information for every skill level is jam packed into the timeframe between planning a garden and storing away the results, but do not be fooled into thinking the book is dry. They include conversational pros and cons of the strategies that make the compactness of information very readable and targeted towards a wide variety of situations. Good pictures and line drawings illuminate the content. Their overarching perspective is that success comes from thinking like a farmer, becoming inspired like an artist, and keeping a sense of humor. Now that’s good advice. -NK NEW!


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