Growing your own heirloom vegetables : bringing CO₂ down to earth / Clive Blazey Blazey, Clive

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Blazey, Clive
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Climatic changes.; Vegetables - Heirloom varieties.; Gardening - Australia.
Summary
As our lives have become so hectic, we have entrusted the growing of our food to market gardens and farmers. This change has destroyed the nutritional quality of our food as food is picked un-ripe to extend the supermarket shelf-life. Fruit is now sprayed with anti-ripening chemicals and a survey found that what supermarkets euphemistically call Fresh Food could be nine months old. Growing Your Own Heirloom Vegetables is a gardeners ecological guide to growing heirloom vegetables and also articulates related matters such as climate change, organics and the positive effects that growing any of your own food has on reducing carbon emissions. It is written by Australians for Australians.
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35636135
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35636135

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