NOTES FROMTHE EDITORS
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Copyright © 2000 | Lynn Gillespie & Glen Mentgen | All Rights ReservedLynn’s web site: http://www.lynngillespie.comGlen’s web site: http://www.farmboys.com
Hi, Lynn and Glen here,First off, we’d like to thank you for downloading this free ebook. Itmeans a lot to us, and hopefully by the time you’re through reading,the feeling is mutual.This ebook is a compilation of some of the best articles/fact sheetsthat we have found, both in print and on the Internet.We’re guessing your first question here is, “What exactly have Idownloaded?” To answer you simply ...Here you will learn:
About the life and times of one of America’sgreatest inventors
How tomatoes were grown around 1918
Many ways of utilizing the tomato in the kitchen
Now, a tidbit of information on this ebook.
This ebook is a gardening classic that should not be lost to futuregenerations of gardeners. “How to Grow the Tomato” part of theebook is the contents of George Washington Carver’s originalpublication concerning growing tomatoes (about1918).The “115 Ways to Prepare it for the Table” portion of the ebook wasadded by staff members at Tuskegee Institute. Some very goodrecipes in this section.Although some of the concepts that Mr. Carver put forth (it was stateof the art in 1918) may not be appropriate today (e.g., use of arseniccompounds), the basic information is still valuable.The “Biographical Sketch” was added by the editors.