Two hands clutch at and sift through some garden soil.

Good Soil: Manure, Compost and Nourishment for your Garden

by Tina Råman Author

Swedish soil is so hard to grow plants on that the Vikings decided it was easier to conquer England and France than try to force gardens to grow there. Nowadays that kind of behavior is frowned upon, but luckily advances in science and herblore means that Swedes have maximized how to grow plants anywhere. Author Tina Råman digs into every aspect of gardening, including the nutrients that plants need to grow, where to find said nutrients (the sea, offal, fire, rocks, trash, dung), and using chemistry and biology to enhance your cultivation techniques. 

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