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This book covers nearly every bit of information you need to know about how to grow gorgeous herbs. Just imagine being able to grow flavourful herbs without using harmful chemicals or spending a fortune on expensive store bought herbs. You can do this from the comfort of your own home. Yes, you can have the most flavorful herbs. It truly is possible, but you just need to know how. Here's what you'll learn: * How to preserve your herbs with these 3 simple techniques... * 3 little known, yet simple ways to harvest your herbs... * Secret of expert herb gardeners that few people ever know about... * 3 proven steps to transplanting herbs * 2 simple keys (that are right in front of your eyes) to giving your herbs the best care * You'll discover in just a few short minutes how to design a gorgeous herb garden * 6 time tested and proven strategies for growing herbs indoors or outside * When to use different types of herbs such as culinary herbs, aromatic herbs, ornamental herbs and medicinal herbs * 7 everyday but often overlooked tips and tricks for picking the best companion plants for your herbs * How often to water your herbs
This concise guide shows novice houseplant owners exactly how to keep indoor plants alive and healthy. Gardening expert Ellen Zachos helps you choose the right plants in the first place and then shows you how to care for them, outlining what each kind needs in terms of location, sunlight, water, and fertilizer. She also explains when plants should be repotted (and how to do that successfully), how and when to prune them, how to keep them clean of dust and pets, and more. This Storey BasicsÂ® guide has all the information you need to keep any houseplant thriving and beautiful!
Indoor Gardening. A Beginner's Quick Start Guide to Creating Your Own Wonderful Indoor Vegetable GardenMake the most of the space you have at home to create your very own kitchen gardenDo you live in a small space but yearn to grow some healthy fresh vegetables and herbs at home? Are you frustrated at the lack of space at your house or apartment?Then this book could be for youHaving no garden should not be a barrier to growing a variety of fresh veg, fruits, and herbs at home.You will be amazed at how much you can grow in some very small spaces indeed. In-fact all you really need to get started is a window ledge!Whether you are looking at a few pots around the house or you have a larger space and would like to grow on a bigger scale then this guide includes all the help and advice you will need to get started.There is something intensely satisfying about growing your own herbs or vegetables to add to your dishes at home. Imagine just being able to pick a freshly grown tomato to slice up for a salad, or a sprinkle of freshly cut mint leaves to flavor your drink.So if you would like to know more about getting started with your indoor garden or if you would like to know how to scale things up a little bit then this guide is for you.So what are you waiting for, get this guide and be on your way to being your very own indoor gardener.
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The production of doubled haploids has become a necessary tool in advanced plant breeding institutes and commercial companies for breeding many crop species. However, the development of new, more efficient and cheaper large scale production protocols has meant that doubled haploids are also recently being applied in less advanced breeding programmes. This Manual was prepared to stimulate the wider use of this technology for speeding and opening up new breeding possibilities for many crops including some woody tree species. Since the construction of genetic maps using molecular markers requires the development of segregating doubled haploid populations in numerous crop species, we hope that this Manual will also help molecular biologists in establishing such mapping populations. For many years, both the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have supported and coordinated research that focuses on development of more efficient doubled haploid production methods and their applications in breeding of new varieties and basic research through their Plant Breeding and Genetics Section of the Joint F AO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. The first F AO/IAEA scientific network (Coordinated Research Programme - CRP) dealing with doubled haploids was initiated by the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section in 1986.