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Good Organic Gardening Magazine Issue#4.2 - 2013 Back Issue

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In our July/August issue, Jennifer Stackhouse explains why Native Finger Lime and Sorrel are clever edibles worth growing and also tells us about old-fashioned edibles. Melissa King uncovers the wide varieties of garlic and also how to grow spinach and radishes. We tell about dealing with citrus leaf miner and citrus scale easily and safely, and Lyn Bagnall, author of Easy Organic Gardening, explains about residual herbicides you may not know about. For those interested in poultry, Megg Miller tells what the best breeds of hens are to have in your climatic zone. Simon Bryant brings you six original recipes featuring edibles that we also tell you how to grow, harvest, store and preserve. And our special features include Rock Dust – a natural mineral fertiliser; how to organise your garden for possible summer fire attack; instructions to make biodegradable seedling pots and a list of the right tools for stress-free pruning.
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Issue#4.2 - 2013 In our July/August issue, Jennifer Stackhouse explains why Native Finger Lime and Sorrel are clever edibles worth growing and also tells us about old-fashioned edibles. Melissa King uncovers the wide varieties of garlic and also how to grow spinach and radishes. We tell about dealing with citrus leaf miner and citrus scale easily and safely, and Lyn Bagnall, author of Easy Organic Gardening, explains about residual herbicides you may not know about. For those interested in poultry, Megg Miller tells what the best breeds of hens are to have in your climatic zone. Simon Bryant brings you six original recipes featuring edibles that we also tell you how to grow, harvest, store and preserve. And our special features include Rock Dust – a natural mineral fertiliser; how to organise your garden for possible summer fire attack; instructions to make biodegradable seedling pots and a list of the right tools for stress-free pruning.


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In our July/August issue, Jennifer Stackhouse explains why Native Finger Lime and Sorrel are clever edibles worth growing and also tells us about old-fashioned edibles. Melissa King uncovers the wide varieties of garlic and also how to grow spinach and radishes. We tell about dealing with citrus leaf miner and citrus scale easily and safely, and Lyn Bagnall, author of Easy Organic Gardening, explains about residual herbicides you may not know about. For those interested in poultry, Megg Miller tells what the best breeds of hens are to have in your climatic zone. Simon Bryant brings you six original recipes featuring edibles that we also tell you how to grow, harvest, store and preserve. And our special features include Rock Dust – a natural mineral fertiliser; how to organise your garden for possible summer fire attack; instructions to make biodegradable seedling pots and a list of the right tools for stress-free pruning.
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