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I must read this book at least once a week. Not the whole thing of course, but a piece here and a piece there. I've learned so much from this book, and continue to do so, a must have for any gardner at any skill level.
This book is a must have for any vegetable gardener whether beginner or experienced. It is always with me when I am gardening and loves the outdoors. With Ed's help I have transformed my little bit of prairie patch into a beautiful, fertile, productive garden. Still awaiting the worms though!
My spouse just asked me if I've memorized this book yet. Almost! It's my best resource, hands-down. In one year, with the help of Mr. Smith, I've turned a 500 square foot patch of airless wet clay into a nutrient- rich, worm-filled veggie paradise.
I LOVE this book. My sister and I call it our bible. She read mine and went right out and bought her own. It's easy to read, has the info you need about companion planting, pests, rotating crops, everything. I take it right outside with me as a reference. Ed rocks!
This is a great book. I love to read it over and over again. In places, it is a bit dirty, which for me is true proof of its worth. The photographs are beautiful, and the text is easy to read, without being patronizing.
I love this book.
It is my vegetable gardening bible, hence the name of the book...lol
I use this every year , It helps me to know what to plant with what and what not too. It has wonderful easy to read text, and is full of information.
This is a must have book