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This practical handbook reveals new organic gardening techniques.

A compendium
of secrets rediscovered and innovative tips.

 

Press Review

France 5

« Outstanding… Incredible…
This book reads
like no other ! »

Alain Baraton France Inter

« Explains everything about organic gardening. A heck of a book ! »

LeMonde.fr

« A very
precious book. »

Femme Actuelle

« Healthier,
tastier plants. »

Ultreïa

« A monumental and impressive guide.
A sharp sense of pedagogy and humor. »

20 Minutes

« Packed with
precise information. »

La Vie

« This practical
urban-inspired manual imagines the place of agriculture in the cities of the future. »

Ushuaïa TV

« An indoor & outdoor organic gardening reference. »

The Organic Grow Book

Gardening Indoors
& Outdoors,
Karel Schelfhout
& Michiel Panhuysen

  • 570 color pages
  • 570 illustrations
  • 17 x 24 cm
  • Sewn paperback
  • ISBN 978-2-84594-131-1
  • EAN 9782845941311
  • 39 €

 

« Organic agriculture is a tidal wave that will change the world. The Organic Grow Book is part of this groundswell, thanks to its wealth of information and the spirit animating it. »

 

Camille Muller

 

The Organic Grow Book

Karel Schelfhout & Michiel Panhuysen

Beneficial micro-organisms, bokashi or biodynamic compost, permaculture, vortex, power of the elements… The Organic Grow Book opens the doors to a full-scale (r)evolution where productivity goes hand in hand with quality.

Summer and winter, in soil or bioponic, learn to grow healthier and tastier plants — fruit, vegetables, flowers — while enhancing your own well-being and the planet’s.

With its broad array of unprecedented strategies and proven tips, this eco-responsible and highly humorous guide is a must for all mindful gardeners, whether beginners or experts.

Photos, 3D diagrams, microscopies, step-by-step graphs… over 500 original illustrations.

The authors

Karel Schelfhout has been a recognized figure in the world of horticulture for over thirty years. He played a prominent role in disseminating cultivation techniques first used in the Netherlands — and subsequently switched to organic growing.

Michiel Panhuysen, a journalist published in several languages, specializes in organic and urban gardening.


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