3 edition of Eric plants a garden found in the catalog.
Photographs and easy-to-read text explain the planning and planting of a vegetable garden.
|Statement||Story and photos. by Jean Hudlow|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.H7963 Er|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||79150803|
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Stirred it up for a couple days to see what would happen, put it on some of my plants and they were the best plants in the garden that year. Started doing it each year on purpose after that. Then about 5 years later I saw online that people called it compost tea!. Dang, didn't re-invent the wheel after all.
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