New Arrivals - Gardening, pets, and agriculture
In the midst of World War II, the Yorkshire veterinarian muses on past adventures through the Yorkshire dales, visiting with old friends and introducing scores of new characters--both human and animal.
Savor your best tomato harvest ever! Craig LeHoullier, tomato adviser for Seed Savers Exchange, offers everything a tomato enthusiast needs to know about growing more than 200 varieties of tomatoes--from sowing seeds and planting to cultivating and collecting seeds at the end of the season. He also offers a comprehensive guide to the various pests and diseases of tomatoes and explains how best to avoid them.
Describes the official breed standards for the two hundred American Kennel Club recognized dog breeds, offering a history and photos of each breed, and covering such topics as advice on selecting a puppy and living with and caring for each breed. --Publisher's description.
Written for new growers, Marijuana Daily Gardening guides you through the set up and day-to-day operation of a personal marijuana garden. Whether you're a medical cannabis grower, or a recreational marijuana user who just wants to produce high quality buds without the hassle of buying expensive equipment or running up huge electricity bills, this book is for you.
In Team Dog, Mike taps into fifteen years? worth of experience, explaining in accessible and direct language, the science behind the importance of gaining a dog?s trust and then offering invaluable steps for how to achieve any level of obedience. His unique approach uses entertaining examples and anecdotes from his work with dogs on and off the battlefield and direct tips from the Navy SEAL guidebook to teach dog owners how to: choose the perfect dog for their household, establish themselves as the ?team leader,? master ?command and control,? employ ?situational awareness,? and to solidify their dog?s position as the family?s ultimate best friend.
LaManda Joy, the founder of Chicago?s Peterson Garden Project and a board member of the American Community Gardening Association, has worked in the community gardening trenches for years and brings her knowledge to the wider world in Start a Community Food Garden. This hardworking guide covers every step of the process: fundraising, community organizing, site sourcing, garden design and planning, finding and managing volunteers, and managing the garden through all four seasons. A section dedicated to the basics of growing was designed to be used by community garden leaders as an educational tool for teaching new members how to successfully garden.