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Reviews of The Midwest Fruit And Vegetable Book: Wisconsin Edition

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Author (1): James A. Fizzell

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: July 2001
Published by: Cool Springs Press
List price: $19.95
ISBN Number: 1930604181

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Positive rebecca101 On Dec 21, 2004, rebecca101 wrote:

This is a nice book for a beginning/intermediate gardener in Wisconsin. Most of the book is a reference of vegetables, herbs, and fruits with detailed instructions for growing them. The instructions and recommended varieties are tailored to the climate. Especially interesting is the short essay at the beginning which gives a history of food production in the region. There is also detailed information about weather, precipitation, and soils in Wisconsin, including maps.


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