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Easy vegetable growing

Module by: S Jagannathan. E-mail the author

Summary: A picture guide to easy vegetable growing.

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  • I have been growing vegetables since summer of 2004.
  • I like to work very little but grow a lot.
  • In this book I will document my techniques and results for 2008.
  • Its late february now. Daffodils are out. Spring is here.
Figure 1: The first daffodil was out February 8, 2008 in my garden. We moved into this house in January 2007. They were out last year too. Probably planted by the previous tenant. After they bloomed last spring, I chopped them off and placed them on the soil surface. I later grew runner beans in their position.
Figure 1 (http://cnx.org/Members/poojyum/daff1.jpg)
Figure 2: There is quite a bunch of these daffodils. Since I always cover the soil with leaves and other organic matter, it may have been warm enough for them to sprout up so early. I'm not claiming that these are the first in England - in fact I've seen a few in my neighbourhood but only a few. However as we are late into february, I'm seeing them more and more. There is a carpet of daffodils now in my garden.
Figure 2 (http://cnx.org/Members/poojyum/daff2.jpg)

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