Vegetable Gardening for Organic and Biodynamic Growers

Joel Morrow

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  • Presents detailed profiles of 76 vegetables
  • Includ how to grow each vegetable, their preferred climate, their transformation over time and their nutritional and therapeutic potential
  • Inspired by Rudolf Sner's spiritual view of nature

Presents detailed profiles of 76 vegetables, including how to grow them, their preferred climate, their transformation over time and their nutritional and therapeutic potential

Format:
paperback
Size:
254 x 178 mm
Publisher:
Lindisfarne Books
Subject:
Biodynamics & Organics
Extent:
382 pages
ISBN:
9781584201670
Publication date:
23 Oct 2014

Description

Joel Morrow was editor of the journal Biodynamics for over thirty years, in which he published regular 'biographies' of vegetables. The 76 biographies in this book address all aspects of the vegetables, including how to grow them, their climate of origin, their transformation over time, and their nutritional and therapeutic potential.

Arranged alphabetically -- from Asian Brassicas to Winter Squash -- this unique book is more than just a gardening guide. Inspired by Rudolf Steiner's spiritual view of nature, it offers a complete understanding of the vegetables, revealing their inner characteristics and helping growers to improve plant health and yields.

Author

Joel Morrow was the editor of the journal Biodynamics for over thirty years.

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