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Grow Tomatoes without Fuss or Chemicals [Kindle Edition]

Joe Bleasdale

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Book Description

NOW IS THE TIME TO SOW YOUR TOMATO SEEDS.
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This booklet gives valuable tips in tomato cultivation, tips that you will not find in a conventional amateur gardening book. Simple descriptions are supported by diagrams give all the information that you need, from selecting your own seeds, efficient training of the tomato vine, chemical free nutrition, fertilisation, and how to avoid the scourge of blight.

Have you compared the taste of home grown tomatoes with those bought from a supermarket? Homegrown tomatoes are incomparably better tasting, as well as being more nutritious. They can be easily grown under glass in a temperate climate, even the near polar weather that the British Isles suffered this summer, and will crop from June to November in most years.

The author has over 35 years experience in growing tomatoes in a small glasshouse and has won prizes in local shows, including the Leslie Challenge Cup for fruit and vegetables in the Bruton and District Garden Show.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 205 KB
  • Print Length: 12 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009HB5IFK
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Joe Bleasdale is a retired systems engineer and has kept bees for over 30 years in the counties of Hampshire and Somerset. He also gardens and makes cider from his little orchard. He is married, with two grown up children, a daughter who now teaches Yoga and keeps chickens, and a son who owns an orchard in Wales and sells cider and apple trees. In retirement he worked for 3 years as a volunteer gardener for the National Trust at Stourhead, and there with a fellow volunteer established its apiary.
He is a member of the Somerset branch of the British Beekeeping Association and the Frome circle of Natural Beekeepers. He lives in Brewham, Somerset, and is engaged on a project to propagate his strain of varroa-intolerant hygienic bees with fellow members of the South East Division of the Somerset Beekeeping Association.

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