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Epic Tomatoes

Epic Tomatoes Author Craig LeHoullier
ISBN-10 9781612122090
Release 2015-01-16
Pages 256
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Savor your best tomato harvest ever! Craig LeHoullier provides everything a tomato enthusiast needs to know about growing more than 200 varieties of tomatoes, from planting to cultivating and collecting seeds at the end of the season. He also offers a comprehensive guide to various pests and tomato diseases, explaining how best to avoid them. With beautiful photographs and intriguing tomato profiles throughout, Epic Tomatoes celebrates one of the most versatile and delicious crops in your garden.



Epic Tomatoes

Epic Tomatoes Author Craig LeHoullier
ISBN-10 9781612122083
Release 2014-12-30
Pages 256
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Offers advice on growing and harvesting tomatoes and takes a look at the author's thirty-three favorite varieties, including the Green Giant, Red Zebra, and Yellow Oxheart.



Epic Tomatoes

Epic Tomatoes Author Craig Lehoullier
ISBN-10 161212464X
Release 2014-12-30
Pages 256
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Offers advice on growing and harvesting tomatoes and takes a look at the author's thirty-three favorite varieties, including the Green Giant, Red Zebra, and Yellow Oxheart.



Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales

Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales Author Craig LeHoullier
ISBN-10 9781612126159
Release 2015-12-29
Pages 80
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Straw bale gardening is an inexpensive, low-maintenance way to grow a bounty of food in a small space. All you need is a bale of straw, some fertilizer, and your favorite vegetable seeds! Craig LeHoullier’s step-by-step instructions show you how to do everything from sourcing the straw and setting up your bale to planting, dealing with weeds and pests, and harvesting.



The Great Tomato Book

The Great Tomato Book Author Joan Nielson
ISBN-10 9780307815811
Release 2013-06-25
Pages 160
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A vine-ripened, juicy delight of a book from Gary Ibsen, founder of the renowned TomatoFest celebration in Carmel, California. Heirloom tomatoes are hot right now, and Ibsen gives history and cultivation information for such sweet delights as Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifter, Boxcar Willie's, and Aunt Ruby's Yellow Cherry, among others. With 40-plus festival standout recipes, including Mu Shu Tomato Pillows on Spicy Slaw, Baked Tomato Tart, and, of course, Old-Fashioned Fried Green Tomatoes. From the Trade Paperback edition.



The Texas Tomato Lover s Handbook

The Texas Tomato Lover s Handbook Author William D. Adams
ISBN-10 9781603442398
Release 2011-03-17
Pages 192
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A garden-grown tomato, sliced and laid across a grilled hamburger . . . Sweet, plump cherry tomatoes in a crisp, green salad . . . Sauce made from fresh tomatoes, ladled over a steaming bowl of pasta . . . Spicy tomato salsa . . . Savory tomato soup . . . Is there any single vegetable as mouth-watering as the tomato? And yet, as thousands of people—tired of mushy, half-green, and tasteless tomatoes bought from supermarkets—have discovered, much more is involved in growing your own than simply putting a plant or two in the ground and expecting to harvest luscious tomatoes a few weeks later. William D. Adams draws on more than thirty years’ experience to provide a complete, step-by-step guide to success in the tomato patch. Growing good tomatoes requires a gardener’s attention to a variety of factors, and Adams begins by explaining the basics of soil preparation, planting, feeding, caging, and watering. He also outlines the pros and cons of standard, hybrid, heirloom, and cherry varieties, sharing tips about old favorites and suggesting new varieties. After the tomatoes are chosen, planted, and thriving under his tutelage, Adams prepares growers for the insects, diseases, and other visitors they are likely to encounter, warning that "gardeners are not the only ones that love tomatoes." He ends by offering a few words about “tomato kin folk” (peppers, eggplants, tomatillos, and potatoes), along with a source list of selected suppliers. Liberally sprinkled with the author’s easy humor and illustrated throughout with excellent photographs, The Texas Tomato Lover’s Handbook has everything you’ll need to assure a bumper crop, year after year.



100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden

100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden Author
ISBN-10 0761114009
Release 1999
Pages 246
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Covers all the "ins" and "outs" of tomato growing, from planting and harvesting to fertilizing and caging, in a guide that comes complete with a review of tomatoes of all shapes, colors, and sizes



Heirloom

Heirloom Author Tim Stark
ISBN-10 9780767930062
Release 2008-07-15
Pages 272
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Situated beautifully at the intersection of Michael Pollan, Ruth Reichl, and Barbara Kingsolver, Heirloom is an inspiring, elegiac, and gorgeously written memoir about rediscovering an older and still vital way of life. Fourteen years ago, Tim Stark was living in Brooklyn, working days as a management consultant, and writing unpublished short stories by night. One evening, chancing upon a Dumpster full of discarded lumber, he carried the lumber home and built a germination rack for thousands of heirloom tomato seedlings. His crop soon outgrew the brownstone in which it had sprouted, forcing him to cart the seedlings to his family’s farm in Pennsylvania, where they were transplanted into the ground by hand. When favorable weather brought in a bumper crop, Tim hauled his unusual tomatoes to New York City’s Union Square Greenmarket, at a time when the tomato was unanimously red. The rest is history. Today, Eckerton Hill Farm does a booming trade in heirloom tomatoes and obscure chile peppers. Tim’s tomatoes are featured on the menus of New York City’s most demanding chefs and have even made the cover of Gourmet magazine.



How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes

How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes Author Annette Welsford
ISBN-10 9780646470672
Release 2006
Pages 80
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Written by a renowned expert in plant disease and nutrition, this popular guide has been featured on TV and reviewed in 15 publications on 3 continents. With sales to professional growers and home gardeners in 82 countries, How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes has been enthusiastically praised as the most comprehensive guide to growing tomatoes ever produced. This tomato-growing handbook is jam-packed full of useful advice, history and plant facts including:¿Comprehensive recommendations for soil preparation, staking, pruning and watering¿260 pictorial and descriptive aids for diagnosing and controlling nutritional, disease and pest issues¿Growing advice for traditional and organic methods in the garden, pots or a greenhouse¿Advice for harvesting, storage and seed saving¿A glossary of Tomato Terms¿Bonus Tomato Diary, Disease Ready Reckoner and Conversion Charts for measurements¿The Tomato Varieties Database - a CD containing photos, cultivation and usage notes, and seed sources for over 1300 varietiesThe book derives its user friendly, yet informational tone from the combined talents of authors Welsford and Grimmer. Grimmer is a renowned Plant Pathologist who provides plant nutrition and disease control advice to professional growers and horticulturists. She contributes the wide breadth of scientific knowledge and data. Welsford ensures that Grimmer¿s science based advice is easily digestible for the average home grower. A tomato grower may very well be buried in fruit after following advice in the book, and indeed many purchasers from around the world have sent emails testifying to this.



How to Grow World Record Tomatoes

How to Grow World Record Tomatoes Author Charles H. Wilber
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924073250262
Release 1999
Pages 132
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Guinness world record holder Charles Wilber reveals for the first time how he grows record-breaking tomatoes without chemicals.



The Heirloom Tomato Cookbook

The Heirloom Tomato Cookbook Author Mimi Luebbermann
ISBN-10 0811853551
Release 2006-06-08
Pages 132
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A taste-tempting assortment of fifty recipes showcases the special qualities of heirloom tomatoes in a cookbook that features such dishes as Gazpacho with Cucumber Salsa Verde, Cheese and Pesto Fondue with Tomato-Foccacia Skewers, and Grilled Sea Bass with Lemon-Oregano, Tomato Relish. Original. 20,000 first printing.



The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southeast

The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southeast Author Ira Wallace
ISBN-10 9781604695731
Release 2014-02-26
Pages 216
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Growing vegetables requires regionally specific information—what to plant, when to plant it, and when to harvest are based on climate, weather, and first frost. The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southeast tackles this need head on, with regionally specific growing information written by local gardening expert, Ira Wallace. This region includes Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Monthly planting guides show exactly what you can do in the garden from January through December. The skill sets go beyond the basics with tutorials on seed saving, worm bins, and more.



The Compleat Squash

The Compleat Squash Author
ISBN-10 1579652514
Release 2004
Pages 214
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Detailed instructions on how to plant, cultivate, harvest, and propagate a variety of pumpkin, squash, and ornamental gourd varieties are accompanied by more than 150 glorious color photographs, horticultural tips, and delicious recipes.



Heirloom Vegetable Gardening

Heirloom Vegetable Gardening Author William Woys Weaver
ISBN-10 9780760359921
Release 2018-03-20
Pages 480
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"This book is sure to be a modern classic and is one of the most important books on gardening in the current century." —Jere Gettle, founder, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Heirloom Vegetable Gardening has always been a book for gardeners and cooks interested in unique flavors, colors, and history in their produce. This updated edition has been improved throughout with growing zones, advice, and new plant entries. Line art has been replaced with lush, full-color photography. Yet at the core, this book delivers on the same promise it made two decades ago: It’s a comprehensive guide based on meticulous first-person research to these 300+ plants, making it a book to come back to season after season.



You Bet Your Garden Guide to Growing Great Tomatoes

You Bet Your Garden Guide to Growing Great Tomatoes Author Mike McGrath
ISBN-10 1565237102
Release 2012
Pages 111
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Offers advice on the best way to grow tomato plants and information on different types of tomatoes.



Garden Variety

Garden Variety Author John Hoenig
ISBN-10 9780231546386
Release 2017-11-21
Pages 270
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Chopped in salads, scooped up in salsa, slathered on pizza and pasta, squeezed onto burgers and fries, and filling aisles with roma, cherry, beefsteak, on-the-vine, and heirloom: where would American food, fast and slow, high and low, be without the tomato? The tomato is representative of the best and worst of American cuisine: though the plastic-looking corporate tomato is the hallmark of industrial agriculture, the tomato's history also encompasses farmers' markets and home gardens. Garden Variety illuminates American culinary culture from 1800 to the present, challenging a simple story of mass-produced homogeneity and demonstrating the persistence of diverse food cultures throughout modern America. John Hoenig explores the path by which, over the last two centuries, the tomato went from a rare seasonal crop to America's favorite vegetable. He pays particular attention to the noncorporate tomato. During the twentieth century, as food production, processing, and distribution became increasingly centralized, the tomato remained the king of the vegetable garden and, in recent years, has become the centerpiece of alternative food cultures. Reading seed catalogs, menus, and cookbooks, and following the efforts of cooks and housewives to find new ways to prepare and preserve tomatoes, Hoenig challenges the extent to which branding, advertising, and marketing dominated twentieth-century American life. He emphasizes the importance of tomatoes to numerous immigrant groups and their influence on the development of American food cultures. Garden Variety highlights the limits on corporations' ability to shape what we eat, inviting us to rethink the history of our foodways and to take on our opportunity to expand the palate of American cuisine.



Tomatomania

Tomatomania Author Scott Daigre
ISBN-10 9781466861022
Release 2015-01-27
Pages 224
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Every spring, thousands of self-described "'maniacs" gather for a series of multi-day garden events for the largest tomato seedling sale in the nation: Tomatomania! CEOs and soccer moms, grandmothers and hipsters, hardcore gardeners and eager first-timers—folks from every walk of life unite to celebrate this energetic rite of spring and their shared love of tomatoes. In this practical and fun guide, Tomatomania! owner Scott Daigre provides a peek into his Ojai, California, tomato patch and details a "reality gardening" approach to growing the world's favorite summer treat. Tomatomania! walks readers through every step of the tomato gardening process, from the earliest planning stages to those final satisfying kitchen table moments of the season. Including 20 simple yet unique recipes and numerous kitchen tips to get the most out of your tomato harvest, this comprehensive guide to growing and cooking with tomatoes will turn you, too, into a proud 'maniac!