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Grow Your Own

Chris Auman

Homesweet Homegrown: How to Grow, Make, And Store Food, No Matter Where You Live Robyn Jasko


Homesweet Homegrown: How to Grow, Make, And Store Food, No Matter Where You Live
Robyn Jasko
[Microcosm Publishing]

The subtitle of this book sums up the content quite concisely: "How to Grow, Make and Store Food, No Matter Where You Live". What can I add except to say that it delivers on this stated purpose. And not only that, it does so in a well-organized and easy to read fashion. Ok, I haven’t put it to practical application yet, but I certainly could. Starting with seeds and seedlings through to planting, harvesting and using and preserving the fruits of your labor, Robyn Jasko schools the aspiring green-thumb on the how-to. She even gives us the why-for (page 9). There's instruction on how to make rain barrels, non-toxic bug sprays and baba ganouj and, as a bonus, the book looks great and is lovingly illustrated by fellow Pennsylvanian, Jenn Briggs. Whether you're growing on a window sill in the city or a wild garden plot in the country you now have no excuse to get planting. [https://homesweethomegrown.com/]

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