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Guide to Wisconsin Vegetable Gardening

Guide to Wisconsin Vegetable Gardening

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by James Fizzell
     
 

This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden with helpful space saving techniques. Make this guide a must-have resource for anyone interested in growing vegetables, no matter what their space requirements. Helpful charts will outline when to plant and when to harvest cool and warm season vegetables.

Overview

This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden with helpful space saving techniques. Make this guide a must-have resource for anyone interested in growing vegetables, no matter what their space requirements. Helpful charts will outline when to plant and when to harvest cool and warm season vegetables.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591864066
Publisher:
Cool Springs Press
Publication date:
02/01/2008
Series:
Vegetable Gardening Guides Series
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.62(d)

Meet the Author

James Fizzell has more than 50 years of hands-on horticultural experience, making him the source other experts turn to with their toughest turf, vegetable, landscape, and plant problems. Fizzell is well known to midwest gardeners through numerous appearances on radio and TV and from articles for neighborhood weekly newspapers. Jim has written more than twelve books for midwest gardeners for Cool Springs Press.

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Guide to Wisconsin Vegetable Gardening 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
frozenskeeter More than 1 year ago
I really thought this would be WI specific, but it was really broad. I never realized that the author had other books covering Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, etc. The maps showing various climates, etc were supposed to be printed in different gray scales - but they were all the same shade of gray! The only difference between regions were lines, but you could not tell which region was supposed to be which. Then it gives a very bland background on gardening, which could have been used in any region in the US. Yes, I get it that WI people grow root vegetables due to cold climate - but the reason is much more extensive than that. While I understand that this is not an organic gardening book - for pest control he advocated the use of Pesticides. Wouldn't it have been better to say what natural controls people in WI have access too? I have seen better books and I really regret wasting my money on this.