Allotments are enjoying renewed popularity as more and more people are becoming interested in growing their own fruit and vegetables. However setting-up and maintaining a plot can seem daunting, particularly for the inexperienced vegetable grower. Here Caroline Foley provides a complete reference for everything to do with managing an allotment, from soil and plot organisation to propagation and pruning. Caroline includes a wealth of information on vegetable, fruit and herb varieties as well as invaluable advice on harvesting and storage. Top tips for dealing with pests and diseases are also covered, along with the essential tasks to tackle on a weekly basis in order to keep on top of the plot.
This book is perfect for all types of plotholder, from the non-working person who can spend time every day caring for the plot to the busy parent and worker who only has an hour or two at the weekend. All practices and methods covered are organic, and throughout the book there will be advice from seasoned plotholders and various examples of 3-year cycles. This really is the definitive guide to running a successful and productive allotment.
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|Size:||235 x 195||ISBN:||9781847736642|
|Images:||380 colour photographs||Format:||Hardback|
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""The perfect accompanying guide for anyone starting their own garden""
This review was posted: 25/10/2010 16:58:32 by Country Smallholding magazine
""With collected wisdom from seasoned plot holders, the book is a useful resource for Londoners who are either starting an allotment or a veg plot in their own garden.""
This review was posted: 01/12/2010 12:28:20 by Evening Standard
""..this really is a practical book, and if you don't already manage a plot, the beautiful photographs will inspire and will make you wish you had one". "
This review was posted: 01/12/2010 12:29:00 by Country Gardener
""A complete reference source for techniques, fruit and vegetable varieties". "
This review was posted: 01/12/2010 12:29:26 by Country Kitchen
""..Plenty of advice here on setting up and maintaining any grow your own plot" "
This review was posted: 08/02/2011 12:52:01 by English Garden
""â€¦with a strong aesthetic sensibility, it will be well received by new allotment holders seeking information relevent to their needs" "
This review was posted: 08/02/2011 12:52:32 by The Garden
""packed with useful allotment advice" "
This review was posted: 08/02/2011 12:53:15 by Grow Your Own
""...the perfect accompanying guide for anyone starting out""
This review was posted: 17/02/2011 16:30:39 by Kitchen Garden
"A complete reference for everything to do with managing an allotment, from soil and plot organisation to propagation and pruning. The definitive guide to a successful and productive allotment."
This review was posted: 15/03/2011 17:14:49 by Living North
"Setting up and maintaining a plot can soon be daunting, but help is at hand with the Allotment Source Book...This book takes an organic approach and is perfect for any plotholder."
This review was posted: 05/05/2011 13:09:46 by Allotment Source Book