Avoid The Mistakes As A First Time Gardener Growing Your Own Vegetables : Beginners Guide To Planting, Maintaining, & Harvesting Your Own Vegetables

Written by:
Noor Fatima
Narrated by:
Courtney Pinkerton

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2024
3 hours 27 minutes
Why choose between healthy, organic vegetables and saving money, when you can have both? And you can do it in just a few weeks!
People are constantly on the lookout for ways to feed themselves and their families with the right amounts of vitamins and minerals needed to stay healthy. Sadly, this is becoming more and more expensive.
It costs around two dollars for one pound of tomatoes and more than double that if you want to go organic.
In comparison, for just five dollars, you can plant a whole pack of tomato seeds with each plant producing an average of 10 pounds.
Add to that the fewer trips to the grocery store and no plastic wrapping—you are onto a winner.
According to the National Gardening Association, the average gardener will spend only $70 a year on their garden but grow $600 worth of food.
On top of the savings, you get to enjoy freshly harvested vegetables from your garden, knowing that not a single chemical has been used. That’s health and savings in one fun activity!
Many will look at vegetable gardens and marvel at the time and skill it must have taken. In fact, all it has taken is knowledge and patience.
The patience is up to you, but the knowledge you need is right here at your future green fingertips.
In Avoid the Mistakes as a First Time Gardener Growing Vegetables, here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
A step-by-step guide to growing and harvesting over 50 easy-to-grow vegetables regardless of the size of your garden
Tests you can do at home to understand your soil quality and the methods to correct it...before making a mistake
Two simple composting techniques so you can feed your soil, reduce household waste by up to 30 percent, and help the environment
The benefits of adding herbs and flowers to your vegetable garden to encourage pollination, and reduce pest invasions—all while adding nutrients and flavor to your meals
What the USDA hardiness zones mean and what this means for you
How to design a vegetable garden that incor
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