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Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners, 2nd Edition (Revised) (2ND ed.) Contributor(s): Ashworth, Suzanne (Author) , Whealy, Kent (Foreword by) , Cavagnaro, David (Photographer)

Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners, 2nd Edition (Revised) (2ND ed.) Contributor(s): Ashworth, Suzanne (Author) , Whealy, Kent (Foreword by) , Cavagnaro, David (Photographer)

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Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners, 2nd Edition (Revised) (2ND ed.)
Contributor(s): Ashworth, Suzanne (Author) , Whealy, Kent (Foreword by) , Cavagnaro, David (Photographer)

ISBN: 1882424581    EAN: 9781882424580
Publisher: Seed Savers Exchange
US SRP: $24.95 US
Binding: Paperback
Copyright Date: 2002
Pub Date: March 01, 2002
Physical Info: 0.55" H x 11.08" L x 8.59" W (1.39 lbs) 228 pages

Seed to Seed is widely acknowledged as the best guide available for home gardeners to learn effective ways to produce and store seeds on a small scale. The author has grown seed crops of every vegetable featured in the book, and has thoroughly researched and tested all of the techniques she recommends for the home garden.

This newly updated and greatly expanded Second Edition includes additional information about how to start each vegetable from seed, making the book a complete growing guide. Expert gardeners from seven regions of the United States have shared local knowledge about seed starting techniques for each vegetable: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast/Gulf Coast, Midwest, Southwest, Central West Coast, and Northwest.

Suzanne Ashworth is an educational administrator living in Sacramento, California. Her spare time and large backyard are completely devoted to gardening. Suzanne has donated the text of Seed to Seed to help support the work of the Seed Savers Exchange, a genetic preservation organization with 8,000 members who work together to maintain and distribute heirloom varieties of vegetables, fruits, grains, flowers, and herbs.

 

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