Cover of book Growing under Cover.

Growing Under Cover

Techniques for a More Productive, Weather-Resistant, Pest-Free Vegetable Garden

By Niki Jabbour

Looking to grow more vegetables over a lengthier period? Niki Jabbour provides easy solutions to reduce pest problems and save money! In the first part of the book, she introduces the method of growing under cover, presents various options based on different needs, and gives step-by-step instructions. In the second part, she lists twenty-four vegetables and addresses planting, growing, harvesting, and cover strategies for each one.

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