Organic Farming Books
Organic Gardening For Dummies, 2nd Edition shows readers the way to ensure a healthy harvest from their environmentally friendly garden. It covers information on the newest and safest natural fertilizers and pest control methods, composting, cultivation without chemicals, and how to battle plant diseases. It also has information on updated equipment and resources. It helps readers plant organically year-round, using herbs, fruits, vegetables, lawn care, trees and shrubs, and flowers. The tips and techniques included in Organic Gardening For Dummies, 2nd Edition are intended to reduce a garden's impact on both the environment and the wallet.
The Organic Medicinal Herb Farmer: The Ultimate Guide to Producing High-Quality Herbs on a Market Scale
A new approach to growing local medicine, including information on geo-authenticity, wildcrafting, and developing a good business plan Both a business guide and a farming manual, The Organic Medicinal Herb Farmer will teach readers how to successfully grow and market organic medicinal Western herbs. Whether you’re trying to farm medicinal plants, culinary herbs, or at-risk native herbs exclusively or simply add herbal crops to what you’re already growing, successful small-scale herb farmers Jeff and Melanie Carpenter will guide you through the entire process―from cultivation to creating value-added products. Using their Zack Woods Herb Farm in Vermont as a backdrop, the Carpenters cover all the basic practical information farmers need to know to get an organic herb farm up and running, including: • Size and scale considerations; • Layout and design of the farm and facilities; • Growing and cultivation information, including types of tools; • Field and bed prep; • Plant propagation; • Weed control, and pests and diseases; • Harvesting, as well as wild harvesting and the concept of geo-authentic botanicals; • Postharvest processing; and, • Value-added products and marketing. The authors also provide fifty detailed plant profiles, going deeper into the herbs every farmer should consider growing. In an easy-to-understand, practical, and comprehensive manner, readers will learn how to focus on quality over quantity, and keep costs down by innovating with existing equipment, rather than expensive technology.Market farmers who have never before considered growing medicinal herbs will learn why it’s more important to produce these herbs domestically. The Organic Medicinal Herb Farmer makes a convincing case that producing organic medicinal herbs can be a viable, profitable, farming enterprise. The Carpenters also make the case for incorporating medicinal herbs into existing operations, as it can help increase revenue in the form of value-added products, not to mention improve the ecological health of farmland by encouraging biodiversity as a path toward greater soil health.
DIY Box Set: More then 100 Useful Tips for Organic Farming and Herb Beauty Products You Can Make at Home (DIY, Homemade Beauty Products, Garden Patterns)
BOOK #1: Homemade Lotions: 20 Organic and Easy Nourishing Lotion Recipes That you Can Make at HomeEverybody uses lotion. Whether you use it for your hands, face, feet or all-over body, you have one aim in mind. That's to get the softest skin you can. So, you buy what you have been led to believe is the purest and best skin lotions there are. Just as with chemically manufactured foods, lotions of every kind are also infused with their own brand of toxins. Some are barely noticeable, and some over time, could be hazardous to your health. BOOK #2: Homemade Shampoo: 22 Tips on How to Make Homemade Shampoos For Damaged and Hair Without ShineAre you tired of paying top dollar for shampoo that does an adequate at best job of cleaning your hair? Are you worried about the types of chemicals that you are putting in your hair and on your head and what those chemicals could do if they get absorbed through your scalp? We all are justifiably concerned about the types of products we are buying. BOOK #3: Homemade Beauty Products: 22 Outstanding Easy to Make Beauty Products You Can Make at HomeThis book will teach you how to make simple and safe natural beauty products right from your home. Very easy and simple to make you wouldn’t mind making it anywhere from home; the kitchen, the bathroom, the toilet, the garage, the basement. It’s your home so you choose where to make it because home is a safe haven.BOOK #4: Soap Making: Amazing Ideas and Proven Tips for Making Homemade Natural Soaps In Your HomeThis book is perfect for the novice to the experienced. Jam-packed with amazing ideas and tips this book is a snapshot of everything to do with natural soap making. From creating a Babushka inspired soap to taking inspiration from art galleries this guide covers ideas and tips you won't read anywhere else. This guide traverses across all aspects of natural soap making from achieving cookie cutter perfect soaps through to letting your inner creative loose to create the abstract and wonderful. BOOK #5: Knitting: 5 Proven Lessons on How to Master Knitting in the Shortest Amount of TimeKnitting is a skill, a craft, a science, and an art all rolled into one. When someone learns to knit, he or she can create fashion that makes a wearable a statement or accessories that make a house a home. This book is an engaging, enlightening introduction to knitting. It will take you from the very beginning stages - knowing what to look for when you’re shopping, learning the basics you need to know to create a simple project right now, deciphering a pattern – and give you the confidence to develop your skills enough to master even the most complicated project later on. Each section of the book delivers a nuts and bolts how-to with clear descriptions of techniques accompanied by illustrations.BOOK #6: Essential Oils: 25 Outstanding Essential Oil Recipes for Damaged Hair Without Shine That You Can Make at HomeGive your hair natural look using 25 outstanding essential oil recipes for damaged hairGetting Your FREE BonusDownload this book, and find "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter right after the introduction or after the conclusion.Download your copy of "DIY Box Set" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.
The domestic cut flower business has experienced a renaissance in the past decade, thanks in large part to the first edition of The Flower Farmer: An Organic Grower’s Guide to Raising and Selling Cut Flowers, which helped thousands of small growers start successful businesses. This newly expanded and thoroughly revised edition will be equally as influential for novices and experienced growers alike. With the cut flower business growing at record rates, demand is at all time highs, challenging growers to take advantage of new techniques to prolong the harvest. New sections on utilizing greenhouses, recommendations for flower cultivars, and post harvest handling growers throughout all of North America will help improve their bottom line. Also updated is the acclaimed resource directory, complete with sources of seeds, plants and supplies, and expert information on organic production under the National Organic Program. For the beginner and backyard gardener, there is an extensive section on the basics—variety selection, soil preparation, planting, cultivation, harvest, and floral design. For the commercial grower, The Flower Farmer includes information about larger-scale production, plus advice about selling to florists, wholesalers, supermarkets, brides, at farmers markets, and more. Also includes revised profiles of successful growers offering behind-the-scenes insight into the operation of some of the cutting edge flower farmers in the country. Because of the extensive revisions and enhanced content, this new edition of The Flower Farmer is essential reading for those already in the flower business, as well as those who dream of growing flowers for enjoyment or profit.
Organic Management for the Professional: The Natural Way for Landscape Architects and Contractors, Commercial Growers, Golf Course Managers, Park ... Turf Managers, and Other Stewards of the Land
Can you manage the landscape of a golf course, city park, or corporate campus without synthetic fertilizers and toxic pesticides? Absolutely! Organic landscaping is not only possible on a large scale, but it also makes sense both economically and environmentally. It promotes healthy soils and plants, which require less water and sequester more carbon—a winning combination for both your bottom line and the planet’s fight against resource depletion and global warming. Organic programs on a commercial scale have enormous potential to make a difference in the quality of our environment, our use of fuels, and our climate. And as those who have already converted to organics have discovered, they also cost a lot less over the long term. Organic Management for the Professional is the first comprehensive guide to “going green” in large-scale landscaping. Nationally recognized organic gardening expert Howard Garrett, with associates John Ferguson and Mike Amaranthus, not only explains in detail how to manage projects with natural organic techniques, but also presents the material in clear, simple terms so that commercial and institutional property owners can understand what to ask of their landscape architects, contractors, growers, and maintenance people. They give detailed, proven instructions for the key components of organic landscaping—soil building, correct planting techniques, fertilizing, pest control, compost, and mulch. Then they show how to apply these organic methods in large-scale landscaping, commercial growing (orchards, tree farms, nurseries, and greenhouse operations), and recreational properties (golf courses, parks, and sports fields).
Farming In Your Backyard for Beginners Vol.2 - Use Proven Strategies to Grow Plants, Herbs, and Food in Your Backyard Easily (Best Guide To Grow Organic ... Farming, Backyard Farming Strategies)
Easy Strategies To Grow Foods, Plants And Herbs In Your BackyardFarming In Your Backyard For BeginnersBONUS! : FREE Natural Remedies Report Never Released Included! **** LIMITED TIME OFFER ******This book contains strategies on how to grow plants, herbs and food in your own backyard. Although it is intended for those who are new to backyard farming, this book also includes info that a long time gardener may also find useful. The first part of this book provides the basics on backyard farming, the purpose of having one and the benefits you could get out of having your own backyard garden. This book focuses on soil health and getting rid of pests earlier before they spread. It includes tips on how to grow organic food, which enables you to stay away from the conventional system where pesticides and other man-made substances are utilized. The main objective of this book is to help the backyard farming newbies to learn the things they need to know first before planting their crops. Check Out What You Will Learn After Reading This Book Below!!Backyard Farming PurposesBackyard Farming TipsStrategies To Create Your Own Backyard FarmEasy Ways To Plant In Your BackyardGrowing Plants,Foods And Herbs Benefits Get The Book Before The Promotion Runs Out! Only For A Limited Time! You Do NOT Need A Kindle Device To Read This E-Book, You Can Read On Your PC, Mac, SmartPhone, And Or Your Kindle Device Tags: Backyard Farming, Growing Plants, Herbs, Foods, Backyard, Organic
Make the break, realise the dream and start living 'The Good Life!' Packed with comprehensive information on all the practicals, from ploughing fields to milking cows, as well as new information on how to create an urban organic garden and harness natural energy. This new and revised full-colour edition of the illustrated classic is an engrossing read and a wonderful handbook for realists and dreamers alike.
JADAM Organic Farming: The way to Ultra-Low-Cost agriculture, Make all-natural fertilizer, pesticide and microorganism inputs yourself
You will learn many useful new methods including increasing microbial diversity and population, boosting soil minerals, tackling soil compaction, reducing salt level, raising soil fertility and more. This book also shows you how to make natural pesticides that can replace chemical ones. Table of ContentsI. Vision22II. Principles 42 1. Do as nature does44 2. I and others are one58 3. The good and the bad are one64 4. Co-existing with wild grass 74III. Soil Management84 1. Current state of our soil86 2. Roots represent the soil condition91 3. Make your soil like leaf mold95 - Let us get rid of the compost method! 107 - Seed and seedling treatment using leaf mold 125 IV. Principles of Making Organic Farming Inputs126 1. Understanding organic farming inputs128 2. Anaerobic fermentation 130 3. Water and leaf mold136 4. Ambient temperature143V. Making Organic Farming Inputs150 1. JADAM mineral water (JMW) 152 2. JADAM indigenous microorganism solution (JMS)157 - Organic livestock farming (no feces-removing)171 3. Microorganism medium using grains172 4. Customized microorganism medium173 5. JADAM liquid fertilizer (JLF)175 6. Customized JADAM liquid fertilizers183 7. Food waste JADAM liquid fertilizer187 8. Human manure JADAM liquid fertilizer189 9. Natural nitrogen JADAM liquid fertilizer192 10. Natural calcium phosphate JADAM liquid fertilizer197 11. Natural calcium JADAM liquid fertilizer198 12. Natural potassium JADAM liquid fertilizer200 13. Natural chitosan JADAM liquid fertilizer201 14. Natural mineral JADAM liquid fertilizer202 15. Natural color enhancer 204 16. Fertilizer for nutritional balance 206 17. Examples of JADAM fertilizer programs216 18. Summary of function of each element 218VI. Natural Pesticide 224 1. Save cost with JADAM natural pesticide (JNP) 226 2. Why do we need pesticide? 232 3. Differences between natural and chemical pesticides235 4. Important points in using natural pesticide240 - JADAM water softener (JWS)244 5. I am the pesticide expert250 6. How to do natural pesticide research 254 7. JADAM wetting agent (JWA) 258 8. JADAM sulfur (JS) 268 9. JADAM herb solution (JHS) 282 10. Making pesticide from microorganism solution298 11. How much of each ingredient to use 301 12. JADAM natural pesticides program303 13. Examples of JADAM natural pesticide programs309 1) Rice bakanae disease (immerse 48 hours in cold water) 2) Water rice weevil 3) Pest control solution for rice 4) Powdery mildew, downy mildew, fungal diseases 5) Canker, black spot, pear rust, brown blotch diseases 6) Aphid and mite 7) Moth 8) Citrus flatid planthopper, leafhopper, mulberry sucker, spot clothing wax cicada 9) Stinkbug, thrip, greenhouse whitefly, turnip moth, flea beetle, pear sucker, fruit fly, onion fly, mosquito, grasshopper, etc. 10) Slug, Snail 11) JMS pesticide (for prevention of diseases and pests) 12) All-purpose pesticide (for both pests and diseases) 13) Fruit trees winter pest control 14. Soil foundation (Effective against soil nematodes, verticillium wilt, virus diseases) - New experiment with foam gun 14. Herbal smoker326
By the year 2050, Earth's population will double. If we continue with current farming practices, vast amounts of wilderness will be lost, millions of birds and billions of insects will die, and the public will lose billions of dollars as a consequence of environmental degradation. Clearly, there must be a better way to meet the need for increased food production. Written as part memoir, part instruction, and part contemplation, Tomorrow's Table argues that a judicious blend of two important strands of agriculture--genetic engineering and organic farming--is key to helping feed the world's growing population in an ecologically balanced manner. Pamela Ronald, a geneticist, and her husband, Raoul Adamchak, an organic farmer, take the reader inside their lives for roughly a year, allowing us to look over their shoulders so that we can see what geneticists and organic farmers actually do. The reader sees the problems that farmers face, trying to provide larger yields without resorting to expensive or environmentally hazardous chemicals, a problem that will loom larger and larger as the century progresses. They learn how organic farmers and geneticists address these problems. This book is for consumers, farmers, and policy decision makers who want to make food choices and policy that will support ecologically responsible farming practices. It is also for anyone who wants accurate information about organic farming, genetic engineering, and their potential impacts on human health and the environment.
It doesn't take a farm to have the heart of a farmer. Now, due to a burgeoning sustainable-living movement, you don't have to own acreage to fulfill your dream of raising your own food. Hobby Farms Urban Farming, from Hobby Farm Press and the same people who bring you Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home magazine, will walk every city and suburban dweller down the path of self sustainability. Urban Farming will introduce readers to the concepts of gardening and farming from a high-rise apartment, participating in a community garden, vertical farming, and converting terraces and other small city spaces into fruitful, vegetableful real estate. This comprehensive volume will answer every up and coming urban farmer's questions about how, what, where and why--a new green book for the dedicated citizen seeking to reduce his carbon footprint and grocery bill.Winner of the 2012 Benjamin Franklin Award in Home & Garden from the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA).
The Winter Harvest Handbook: Year Round Vegetable Production Using Deep-Organic Techniques and Unheated Greenhouses
Choosing locally grown organic food is a sustainable living trend that’s taken hold throughout North America. Celebrated farming expert Eliot Coleman helped start this movement with The New Organic Grower published 20 years ago. He continues to lead the way, pushing the limits of the harvest season while working his world-renowned organic farm in Harborside, Maine.Now, with his long-awaited new book, The Winter Harvest Handbook, anyone can have access to his hard-won experience. Gardeners and farmers can use the innovative, highly successful methods Coleman describes in this comprehensive handbook to raise crops throughout the coldest of winters.Building on the techniques that hundreds of thousands of farmers and gardeners adopted from The New Organic Grower and Four-Season Harvest, this new book focuses on growing produce of unparalleled freshness and quality in customized unheated or, in some cases, minimally heated, movable plastic greenhouses.Coleman offers clear, concise details on greenhouse construction and maintenance, planting schedules, crop management, harvesting practices, and even marketing methods in this complete, meticulous, and illustrated guide. Readers have access to all the techniques that have proven to produce higher-quality crops on Coleman’s own farm.His painstaking research and experimentation with more than 30 different crops will be valuable to small farmers, homesteaders, and experienced home gardeners who seek to expand their production seasons.A passionate advocate for the revival of small-scale sustainable farming, Coleman provides a practical model for supplying fresh, locally grown produce during the winter season, even in climates where conventional wisdom says it “just can’t be done.”
Farming the Woods: An Integrated Permaculture Approach to Growing Food and Medicinals in Temperate Forests
In the eyes of many people, the practices of forestry and farming are mutually exclusive, because in the modern world, agriculture involves open fields, straight rows, and machinery to grow crops, while forests are primarily reserved for timber and firewood harvesting. Farming the Woods invites a remarkably different perspective: that a healthy forest can be maintained while growing a wide range of food, medicinal, and other non-timber products. While this concept of “forest farming” may seem like an obscure practice, history indicates that much of humanity lived and sustained itself from tree-based systems in the past; only recently have people traded the forest for the field. The good news is that this is not an either-or scenario; forest farms can be most productive in places where the plow is not: on steep slopes, and in shallow soils. It is an invaluable practice to integrate into any farm or homestead, especially as the need for unique value-added products and supplemental income becomes more and more important for farmers. Many already know that daily indulgences we take for granted such as coffee, chocolate, and many tropical fruits, all originate in forest ecosystems. But few know that such abundance is also available in the cool temperate forests of North America. Farming the Woods is the first in-depth guide for farmers and gardeners who have access to an established woodland and are looking for productive ways to manage it. Authors Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel describe this process as "productive conservation," guided by the processes and relationships found in natural forest ecosystems. Farming the Woods covers in detail how to cultivate, harvest, and market high-value non-timber forest crops such as American ginseng, shiitake mushrooms, ramps (wild leeks), maple syrup, fruit and nut trees, ornamental ferns, and more. Comprehensive information is also offered on historical perspectives of forest farming; mimicking the forest in a changing climate; cultivation of medicinal crops; creating a forest nursery; harvesting and utilizing wood products; the role of animals in the forest farm; and how to design and manage your forest farm once it's set up. This book is a must-read for farmers and gardeners interested in incorporating aspects of agroforestry, permaculture, forest gardening, and sustainable woodlot management into the concept of a whole-farm organism.
Whether one is an experienced gardener looking to go organic or a beginner who wants to create a healthy, eco-friendly garden space, Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening contains the tips and techniques needed to produce beautiful flowers, top-quality herbs, and appetizing, wholesome fruits and vegetables. Explore the latest methods for cultivation without chemicals, discover the benefits of composting, and learn how to maintain an organic garden year-round.
Microfarms—or small acreage farms—are gaining popularity across the country for their astoundingly high yields and great tasting produce, as well as their profitability. This handbook reveals the secrets of successful micro eco-farming and explains what eco-farmers need to know to start their own small agribusiness. Questions such as What can be grown? How do farmers reach their markets? and What sustainable production methods can be used? are answered in detail and supported be hundreds of real-life examples. A variety of unusual uses for crops are also provided, including producing organic spa products, building an urban greenhouse, creating a heritage rose farm, or cultivating a connoisseur apple orchard. Ecologists, amateur gardeners, farmers, and those interested in sustainable living will enjoy this in-depth look at the spiritually and financially rewarding aspects of this new field.
Homesteading For Beginners BOX SET 2 IN 1: A Detailed Guide Earn Money Homesteading + 30 Tips To Grow Organic And Delicious Vegetables And Fruits: (Beginners ... To Build A Backyard Farm, Urban Gardening)
Homesteading For Beginners BOX SET 2 IN 1: A Detailed Guide Earn Money Homesteading + 30 Tips To Grow Organic And Delicious Vegetables And FruitsHomesteading For Beginners - Self-Sufficiency Is New Sexy! A Detailed Guide To Live Debt Free And Even Earn Money HomesteadingWould you like to know how to turn your personal property into a homestead that makes money?Are you interested in learning how to grow vegetables and herbs, as well as how to fertilize them all without having to spend a dime after your initial investment? Then you’ve found the right book! There are so many advantages to growing your own food and raising your own meats, money being one of them! Gardening For Beginners: Start Your Debt Free And Pesticide Free Natural Life! 30+ Time Proven Tips To Grow Organic And Delicious Vegetables And Fruits! Money and health are two of the biggest struggles people face in today's world. Eating organic food can cost a lot of money, so many individuals and families find themselves fighting to keep healthy food on the table when debt is piling up. What if we told you that you can erase debt, eat wholesome food and even make a profit by simply starting an organic garden? It's true. Organic gardening has been around far longer than the commercial, pesticide-laden farms and factories that produce most of our food today. Not long ago, farmers relied on natural principles and planning to ensure that their crops would grow and flourish. In this book, we've compiled a list of time-tested strategies for growing and eating healthy, home-grown fruits and vegetables. We've covered everything from planning your first garden to collecting your harvest and tons of tips for saving money and even making a profit growing food. Download your E book "Homesteading For Beginners BOX SET 2 IN 1: A Detailed Guide Earn Money Homesteading + 30 Tips To Grow Organic And Delicious Vegetables And Fruits" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!Tags: backyard farming, backyard homestead, backyard chickens, homesteader, homestead gardening, homestead survival, homestead guide, mini farming, vertical gardening, indoor gardening, urban gardening, organic gardening, backyard chickens, raising chickens, backyard homesteading, homestead projects mini farming for beginners, Backyard Mini Farm, Organic Food,Growing Your Own Organic Food, Homesteading, Backyard Chickens, Backyard Gardening , Homesteading Essentials, Homesteading Books, Homesteading Gardening, Backyard Beekeeping , Veggies and Herbs
Everyone who has ever dreamed of getting back to the soil will derive from Maurice Grenville Kains' practical and easy-to-understand discussions a more complete view of what small-scale farming means. Countless readers of Five Acres and Independence have come away with specific projects to begin and moved closer to the fulfillment of their dreams of independence on a small farm.Whether you already own a suitable place or are still looking, Five Acres and Independence will help you learn to evaluate land for both its total economic and its specific agricultural possibilities. There are methods of calculating costs of permanent improvements — draining the land, improving soil, planting wind breaks, putting in septic tanks, cellars, irrigation systems, greenhouses, etc. — and methods of carrying out those improvements. There are suggestions for specific crops — strawberries, grapes, vegetables, orchards, spring, summer, and fall crops, transplanting, timing, repairing what already exists — with methods of deciding what is best for your land and purposes and techniques for making each of them pay. There are suggestions for animals for the small-scale farmer — goats, chickens, bees — and means of working them into your overall farm design. And there are suggestions for keeping your small farm in top production condition, methods of continually increasing the value of your farm, methods of marketing your produce and of accurately investing in improvements — virtually everything a small-scale farmer needs to know to make his venture economically sound.Some things, of course, have changed since 1940 when M. G. Kains revised Five Acres and Independence. But the basic down-to-earth advice of one of the most prominent men in American agriculture and the methods of farming the small-scale, pre-DDT farm are still essentially the same. Much of the information in this book was built on USDA and state farm bureau reports; almost all of it was personally tested by M. G. Kains, either on his own farms or on farms of the people who trusted him as an experienced consultant. His book went through more than 30 editions in the first 10 years after its original publication. It has helped countless small farmers attain their dreams, and it continues today as an exceptional resource for those who want to make their first farming attempt.
The Self Sufficient Life and How to Live It is the only book that teaches all the skills needed to live independently in harmony with the land harnessing natural forms of energy, raising crops and keeping livestock, preserving foodstuffs, making beer and wine, basketry, carpentry, weaving, and much more. Our 2003 edition included 150 new full-color illustrations and a special section in which John Seymour, the father of the back to basics movement, explains the philosophy of self-sufficiency and its power to transform lives and create communities. More relevant than ever in our high-tech world, The Self Sufficient Life and How to Live It is the ultimate practical guide for realists and dreamers alike.
Plant Vegetables: Plant Once, Enjoy Vitamins Throughout the Whole Year (organic vegetables, gardening, organic farming)
Are you thinking about growing your own food, but you don’t have time to tend to a traditional vegetable garden? Then it’s time to learn about perennial gardening. With perennial gardening, you can plant once and enjoy a harvest year after year! Imagine being able to grow your own fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. What would you do with the money you saved on fresh produce?This ebook will explain the most commonly found problems with perennial gardening as well as introduce you to some of the most commonly grown produce. You can even use your perennial garden to help others. After time, you can split certain roots and give them to your friends and family. This will help your friends and family grow their own produce. You’ll also learn about a great substitute for spinach, asparagus, and potatoes. You can grow delicious food without all of the work commonly associated with a yearly garden. This is a great way to eat organic without the added expense. This book makes a great gift for people who are interested in prepping or homesteading. It’s also a great book for those who live in a city and want to grow their own food but don’t have a lot of time. Buy this ebook and get ready to plan your new garden!Here is what you will learn after reading this book:How to grow delicious food without all of the work commonly associated with a yearly garden?About a great substitute for spinach, asparagus, and potatoesHow to plant and eat organic food without the added expense?Download your copy of "Plant Once, Enjoy Vitamins Throughout the Whole Year" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.