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Indolent kitchen gardening : a vegetable growing and cooking guide for the part-time Canberra gardener using minimum effort and organic gardening techniques

CollectionsANU Press (1965- Present)
Title: Indolent kitchen gardening : a vegetable growing and cooking guide for the part-time Canberra gardener using minimum effort and organic gardening techniques
Author(s): Smith, Libby
Date published: 1981
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Australian National University Press
Description: 
Indolent kitchen gardening? Doesn{u2019}t sound right? In this book Libby Smith shows you how your garden can produce vegetables all through the year without blood, sweat and tears (though you must toil a little). The answer lies in the mulch. Mulching is the basis; earthworms, compost, compatible plants and other organic management techniques are aids to success. Oriented to a cool climate with some frosts, such as Canberra{u2019}s, Indolent Kitchen Gardening shows that you can have a reliable and regular crop and convert your harvest into simple and delicious food. If the back garden is your despair rather than your joy, this is the book for you.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/115163

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