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and consider getting one of our books on the Biointensive method such as the newly updated 7th edition of

How to Grow More Vegetables

How to Grow More Vegetables


and/or the Biointensive book especially for beginners:

The Sustainable Vegetable Garden

The Sustainable Vegetable Garden



You may also want to explore the following:

John Jeavons

• John Jeavons' website:
www.johnjeavons.info

Common Ground Garden Supply in Palo Alto

• Common Ground's Website:
commongroundinpaloalto.org


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  • Frequently Asked
    Questions
  • Articles and
    Information

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can Hair Be Composted?

Why Transplant Into Deeper Seedling Flats?

What Are the Uses and Benefits of Double-Digging?

How Much Area is Needed to Grow a Raw Food Diet?

Can Livestock and Biointensive Farming Mix?

What is the Connection Between Healthy Soil and Healthy Food?

Which Organic Fertilizers Should I Use?

What About Vermiculture?

How do Biointensive Methods Translate to Large-Scale Farming?

How Can I Garden on a Sandy Atoll with Minimal Soil?

Why Grow a Complete Diet, and How Much Time Would It Take Me?

What About the Use of Biodynamic Preparations?

What Type of Soil Should I Use in My Seedling Flats?

How Many Plants Should I Put in a 100 sq ft Bed?

Characteristics of Preferred Cover Crops

 

 

 

Inspired by some of the questions you asked, we thought you might enjoy additional information and articles on relevant subjects:

Container Gardening Resources

Basics You Need to Know to Get Started in the Garden

Yields: The Benefit of Increased Soil Fertility Over Time