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The Complete Guide to Vegetable Gardening

The Complete Guide to Vegetable Gardening

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Published by Total Prepper
Our 48 page Complete Gardening Guide for Planting, Growing & Harvesting Your Own Vegetables. Contains all the information you will require to grow a successful and bountiful vegetable garden. Also Includes Frost Dates for USA and Canada. Information in the guide is good for most areas of North America.
Our 48 page Complete Gardening Guide for Planting, Growing & Harvesting Your Own Vegetables. Contains all the information you will require to grow a successful and bountiful vegetable garden. Also Includes Frost Dates for USA and Canada. Information in the guide is good for most areas of North America.

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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................. 2PLANNING & PREPARING YOUR GARDEN ..................................................................................................... 3VEGETABLE YIELD CHART .............................................................................................................................. 6ASPARAGUS ................................................................................................................................................... 7BUSH BEANS .................................................................................................................................................. 8BROAD BEANS ............................................................................................................................................... 9LIMA BEANS ................................................................................................................................................ 10POLE BEANS ................................................................................................................................................ 11BEETS ........................................................................................................................................................... 12BROCCOLI .................................................................................................................................................... 13BRUSSELS SPROUTS..................................................................................................................................... 14CABBAGE ..................................................................................................................................................... 15CARROTS ..................................................................................................................................................... 16CAULIFLOWER ............................................................................................................................................. 17CELERY ......................................................................................................................................................... 18CORN ........................................................................................................................................................... 19CUCUMBER ................................................................................................................................................. 20KALE ............................................................................................................................................................ 21LETTUCE ...................................................................................................................................................... 22ONIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 23PEAS ............................................................................................................................................................ 25POTATOES ................................................................................................................................................... 26PUMPKINS ................................................................................................................................................... 27RADISH ........................................................................................................................................................ 28SQUASH & ZUCCHINI .................................................................................................................................. 29SPINACH ...................................................................................................................................................... 30TOMATOES .................................................................................................................................................. 31RECOMMENDED TOP-RATED GARDEN EQUIPMENT & TOOLS ................................................................... 33RECOMMENDED INEXPENSIVE HEIRLOOM SEEDS ..................................................................................... 33COPYRIGHT .................................................................................................................................................. 34DISCLAIMER................................................................................................................................................. 48
 
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In these times of economic and global uncertainty, knowing how to grow your own vegetables canprovide peace of mind and a substantial amount of free food (almost free except for some tools andseeds) for you and your family. From a Prepping perspective, growing your own food is a must and partof any long term prepping and survival plans.Gardening is also very gratifying and fairly easy to do with the right instruction. This guide byTotalPrepper.org provides all the information required to plant, care for and harvest vegetables fromyour own garden.We have included instructions on planting the most popular vegetables in North America. Most of thesecan be grown throughout the USA and Canada.In addition, we have included links to various books and products that will help make your garden asuccess and bountiful.This eBook is provided free of charge to anyone interested in gardening and prepping. It is designed as aquick reference that gardeners can print as required.Please check our resources section on page 33 for links to additional online sources.Wishing you success,Total PrepperPublisher Website http://TotalPrepper.org 

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