Herbal Harvest: Commercial Organic Production of Quality Dried Herbs
Bloomings Books, 2004 - 556 páginas
Herbal Harvest is the most comprehensive book on organic herb production in print. Greg Whitten covers all facets of commercial organic herb-growing: the state of the herb industry, site selection, climate, irrigation, weed management, propagation, trial plots, composting, pests and diseases, harvesting, drying, processing and marketing, innovative tool design, personal health, and more.
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