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The Tomato Book

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By: Gail Harland and Sofia Larrinua-Craxton
192 pages, col photos
The Tomato Book
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  • The Tomato Book ISBN: 9781405341189 Hardback May 2009 Out of Print #182060
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This title provides all the information needed to grow tomatoes. It details the most reliable varieties, the highest yielding bushes, and those with the most intriguing shapes and colours. It offers advice on every aspect of growing tomatoes outdoors, under glass and in the ground, in growbags, pots and even hanging baskets.

Symptom charts will help to identify pests and diseases before they have a chance to destroy the crop. Additionally, there are 35 recipes plus ideas for preserving them in ketchups, chutneys and relishes and notes on freezing and drying.

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Out of Print
By: Gail Harland and Sofia Larrinua-Craxton
192 pages, col photos
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