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Enjoy an incredible, edible harvest: Every new issue of Grow from Fine Gardening is a keeper you�ll refer to season after season. Like its 5-star-rated predecessors, Grow, Vol. 9 is bursting with fresh ideas for improving every aspect of your vegetable patch, covering:
� new, proven, and heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables
� garden design and space-saving solutions
� tips and techniques for keeping crops healthy
� simple-to-make recipes for enjoying your harvest
The rewards of growing your own: Grow, Vol. 9 is designed to lead you through the season with advice on growing your favorites and introducing some extraordinary choices. Heirloom tomatoes, for example, come in an amazing variety of shapes, sizes, and flavors -- so different from what�s in the supermarket -- it�s worth planting a few of these oldies but goodies. And a look at edible plant introductions for 2013 just might inspire you to be among the first to grow these newbies.
Success begins from the ground up: To give your garden the best start possible, simply follow the step-by-step instructions for taking a soil sample � it�s an easy but essential first step to rich, healthy soil that will pay dividends all season long. If growing space is at a premium, you�ll want to check out the intriguing ideas and planting plans in this issue of Grow. It�s surprising how much you can pack into small spaces!
Expert advice and gardening techniques you should know: Anyone who gardens knows there�s always something new to learn no matter how long you�ve been at it. You�ll find bushels of useful tips in Grow, Vol. 9 where our Fine Gardening experts share clever techniques for all this and more:
� growing bigger and juicier strawberries
� staking tomatoes to produce more robust fruit
� troubleshooting problems with squash
� keeping cutworms and other pests in check
From plant to plate -- recipes for enjoying the fruit of your labors: Nothing compares to the fresh flavor of just-picked beans or tomatoes straight from the vine. That�s why every issue of Grow includes recipes for dishes made from the fresh ingredients you�ve been cultivating. The perfect way to enjoy the rewards of growing your own!