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Grow Organic

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By: Nick Hamilton
Grow Organic
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  • Grow Organic ISBN: 9781845377182 Paperback Jun 2007 Out of Print #163033
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Packed with user-friendly information on growing all vegetables, fruit and herbs organically - from how and when to sow, to dealing with pests and diseases, through to harvesting.

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Nick Hamilton is the son of Geoff Hamilton of BBC Gardeners' World fame. He now runs Barnsdale Gardens; the gardens in which his father originally filmed the TV shows. He is the author of The Barnsdale Handy Gardener and Geoff Hamilton - A Gardening Legend. Nick has a lifelong passion and enthusiasm for organic gardening; principles which he puts into effect in Barnsdale Gardens.
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