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Gardener's Guide to Those Other Brassica Crops - Gardener's Guide to Growing Your Vegetable Garden #21 - cover

Gardener's Guide to Those Other Brassica Crops - Gardener's Guide to Growing Your Vegetable Garden #21

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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Brassica crops in the cabbage family are among the most nutritious and flavorful crops grown in the garden. The Gardener's Guide to Those Other Brassica Crops is a useful gardening guide for both beginning and veteran gardeners, includes cultural, preservation and planting information for collards, kale, Brussels sprouts and kohlrabi.

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