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Best of the Growing Edge – Tom Alexander The Best of Growing EDGE is a collection of the best articles, by twenty four different authors, from the first five years of Growing EDGE magazine. It covers hydroponics, greenhouses, nutrients, lighting, and other new and innovative techniques to use in high
CO2, Temperature & Humidity by D. Gold, Edited by Ed Rosenthal Indoor and greenhouse gardeners can increase plant growth up to 200% by adding CO2 to their gardens. This book is easy to understand and describes exactly how to setup a system that is easy to supply, inexpensive and safe
Culinary Herbs for Short Season Gardeners by Ernest Small and Grace Deutsch Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners is a comprehensive, reader friendly guide to cultivating over 50 culinary herbs – including over 100 cultivars – under the less-than-ideal climatic conditions experienced by northern gardeners. Includes descriptions of the herbs, cultivation
Gardening Indoors by George Van Patten The Indoor Gardener’s Bible has everything you need to know how to grow a bountiful garden indoors. It is very strong on new technology, including hydroponics and high intensity lighting. The section on plant nutrient problems, insects, spider mites and diseases, including fungus, are
Gardening Indoors with CO2 by George Van Patten Gardening Indoors with CO2 shows how to put CO2 to work in your garden room or greenhouse for super results. Plants use up to five times more Co2 than naturally occurs in the air, so this book shows how to double plant
Gardening Indoor with Cuttings by George Van Patten This book is an essential step-by-step guide to growing perfect cuttings. It teaches from choosing the right hormones to setting up the perfect environment. See how easy it is to get 100% results with common cuttings, plus grafting and more.
Gardening Indoors with HID Lights by George Van Patten This book explains in detail the differences between sunlight and artificial light. Details of mercury vapor, metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps are described. A lamp chart is included. It covers light and its relationship to plants, photosynthesis, photoperiods, phototropism
Gardening Indoors with Rockwool by George Van Patten This book is packed with the newest information on rockwool. The easy step-by-step instructions show you how to grow the best possible garden using rockwool. Coupled with a few simple techniques, rockwool can produce twice as much as soil.
Hydroponic Home Food Gardens by Howard M. Resh Hydroponic Home Food Gardens is written with the home gardener in mind. Simple, detailed descriptions of hydroponic techniques, equipment and media are followed with explanations of nutrient concentrations, pH, and Electrical Conductivity (EC). Finally, personal greenhouse setup and operation are described with
Hydroponics for the Home Gardener by Stewart Kenyon This book is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to growing organic, healthy vegetable, herbs and house plants without soil. Clearly illustrated with black and white line drawings, the book covers every aspect of home hydroponic gardening including: Building a hydroponic system versus buying
Is it Organic? By Mischa Popoff The inside story of who destroyed the organic industry, turned it into a socialist movement and made million$ in the process, and a comprehensive history of farming, warfare and Western civilization from 1645 to the present. Some people won’t like this book, but you
The Gardener’s Bug Book by Barbara Pleasant Make your garden a no-pest zone! Use The Gardener’s Bug Book — the health-conscious gardener’s guide to safely controlling garden pests. Author Barbara Pleasant shows you how to work with nature to reduce garden pests while producing bountiful, environmentally safe, and chemical-free harvests.