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Arizona - University of Arizona
Fall / Winter Gardening in Arizona:
Gardening in Arizona --
site is designed to provide a world of useful information about growing
vegetables, fruits, nuts and other edible items in the desert climate of
Arizona, USA. If you can't eat (or drink) it, you won't find much about it
here, but there are tips and links to Web sites dedicated to all types of
gardening, that will surely provide you with useful information.
The Desert Gardener with
Tyler Storey - The web site of garden coach Tyler Storey, that talks
about everything having to do with gardening and landscaping in the Desert
Southwest. From composting to Cercidium and agaves to arugula we'll
cover everything you want to know to grow your own beautiful Desert Garden.
When It Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times"
- by Steve Solomon. This is a book for gardeners who are
serious about raising food. In this volume, Steve explains why intensive
gardening methods are not natural and therefore require great amounts of
energy and effort to maintain. A lot of information regarding soil
health and cover cropping is included.
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