The Medicinal Herb Grower, Volume 1

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • The Medicinal Herb Grower, Volume 1
  • Richo Cech
  • English
  • 25 September 2017
  • 097003122X

About the Author: Richo Cech

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Medicinal Herb Grower, Volume 1 book, this is one of the most wanted Richo Cech author readers around the world.


The Medicinal Herb Grower, Volume 1 This book covers principles and practices of natural gardening techniques for growing medicinal herbs organically Using personal experiences and stories that are at once amusing and instructive, the author covers principles such as observation in nature, windows of opportunity, creating plant habitat, benefits of diversity, rules of green thumb, soil, seeds, water, sun, trees, humans, and the forest community The second half of the book covers background going all the way back to the Neolithic , growth cycles of plants, preparing the ground, the greenhouse and the shadehouse, compost, potting soils extensive , planting seeds also extensive , making cuttings, and caring for plants There are 2 addendums Addendum 1 covers production, processing, and curing of medicinal herb seed Addendum 2 covers harvest and processing of medicinal herbs The book is detailed and informative yet engaging and entertaining. Best Read The Medicinal Herb Grower, Volume 1 [ author ] Richo Cech [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Medicinal Herb Grower, Volume 1

  1. Anne Merrill says:

    I love this book So much great information about growing medicinals if you can translate to your climate.He actually talks about timing of plantings in a way that relates better to Austin gardening than most garden books do I think it s better to plant anything you possibly can in the autumn or winter rather than the spring here He advocates the same thing, even though he lives in a snowy climate.I have clay soil and he doesn t He recommends using a lot of sand for drainage Sand clay concre I love this book So much great information about growing medicinals if you can translate to your climate.He actually talks about timing of plantings in a way that relates better to Austin gardening than most garden books do I think it s better to plant anything you possibly can in the autumn or winter rather than the spring here He advocates the same thing, even though he lives in a snowy climate.I have clay soil and he doesn t He recommends using a lot of sand for...

  2. Michelle says:

    Love, love, love this book.

  3. Sarah says:

    this is an excellent book on growing medicinal herbs, full of information and not too dry a read I m a big fan of richo cech, who clearly has a huge amount of knowledge on the subject I was expecting a section with specific information on individual herbs, but perhaps that will come with volume 2 ...

  4. D says:

    Not much substance under a beautifully illustrated cover.