“Homesteading Ideas For Growing What You Eat In Your Garden” Book Released by Author William Whittaker
Author William Whittaker has released an eBook titled “Homesteading Ideas For Growing What You Eat In Your Garden - No BS Guide On Homesteading and Self Sufficiency”.
United States, November 24, 2012: Enterprising Homesteader and Author William Whittaker has released an EBook entitled, “Homesteading Ideas For Growing What You Eat In Your Garden – No BS Guide On Homesteading and Self Sufficiency”. This book offers insight about the concept of homesteading and ways to grow your own food with the best yield.
William Whittaker explains homesteading gardening basics like water, dirt, insects, seasons, crop rotation, compost, and much, much more.
This attractively-illustrated homesteading handbook is a useful kick starter for novice gardeners wishing to avoid costly common mistakes while quickly turn their homesteading ideas into a money-saving (instead of money draining) reality.
Homesteading and Self Sufficiency techniques enable you to enjoy garden fresh healthy veggies while saving money.
The new Kindle release, “Homesteading Ideas For Growing What You Eat In Your Garden” is now available at Amazon.
About the Author: For years William Whittaker toyed with the idea of becoming more self-sufficient in providing food for his family. While living close to an Amish community, he had the opportunity to see how they lived and how they worked and lived off the land by growing their own livestock and crops and using a barter system to get items they did not produce on their own.
With his wife, he decided to start with a small backyard garden, growing a few essential vegetables like tomatoes, cabbage, lettuce, and some herbs. As they became more experienced, their garden expanded. He now regularly shares his bounty with his neighbors and extended family members.
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