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Title: Gather health from your own garden
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Title: Gather health from your own garden
Physical Description: Book
Creator: Smith, J. Lee.
Publisher: Agricultural Extension Service,
Copyright Date: 1941
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Bibliographic ID: UF00084565
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: 214034983 - OCLC

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40 Ors Florida people an`bpportuniii'to at, elorm
'6f'fres wholeAome ?664, vhkhe'a'
h n AM honly 't 4
proper carethought, nd.. effbrt.'
Thoe Niqred, in. mi4ri"'i0i I 't ry,
6Ach day eve
'ahould ea 6qO-,servj4g;4, ffio f A' A
'rO, 0 9, green qrYeIIow,,Vege-.
Aable r6ro 'seivilig,5 Otfoes,, other Vegetable8 or
r 'efrWt I ar I e,
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eatO. OW,,experiente"an much
ings 0 e 'Upcessar
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Ave f a ei '.,from', grace, but th e,
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..',a memorable Oici4ire thp it Aould, be wh-eini,
e said:
h Aris er Ann,
en-eve f. eat, bre, from his,
_'ow -meat i 06in, lis, bwnjn fields and` 'As ures;,and,, disturbed
t sit, arni his teeming,I..
ons,; an 'djj'-nd dAiries d barn;-
4ar&,'pitchThg, wisdom,, making cottoiv
.,clean, surplus "d,Aelli me and., i Cb6seff'!
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Pbt-,in a ioc6ipted xn6rtk4ge-that dikharges hls, debt but,
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..,,weather,. And,-I-a',good_,Lfehce, around the gard6n, prdWeting Jt
."from r-obbit ul ry, anOlivv4tock is a pi7m, essential,
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A'910od 44&thplfo,Tidatik,of i6essful-gardening Gar eij-",
SM ,should-b6 fertjjiq anil: 4 'al d b'utleapable of'holdino.!i.
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,will supply:all the vegetables heeded by one person for a year
.-those to be eaten fresh, canned and dried. It may be neces-
sary to provide for sweet potatoes, corn and field peas elsewhere
on the farm.': .. . .' ":. .. .: .... ."
', Even though the.soil is god, it will still be necessary to put
o. out-some stable and commercial fertilizers to feed the garden
-.crops. Well rotted manure, particularly poultry
: droppings, is the best fertilizer that can be applied
S to the garden.- About 200 pounds of siperphos-
phate mixed wiih each ton of.maiure is a big help.
Fifty to' 75 poui3ds. of a manuree: th. 5 to 7
funds, of asuerphosphate, will be desirable for each
S100 iest of-.ow.Ifn o smairenn is to be had. fertilize
'.with 6 to10 poiunde of.sa complete ftiiUzeir analyz-
ing something like 5-8-: or 4-7-5. Both manure and fertilizer
should be applied several days before planting.

?. GROW DIFFERENT KINDS OP. VEGETABLES
.Thee kinrd of .products ail ld :be ijrom in every garden-;
S"ieafy-green or. yellow vgetailes, st as collard' .-u.tard,
cabbage arid tur gps; po vegetables, sgch as peas, beans, butter
O. ="r .lim beans; a .,rootcr.. s;ucha oion, carrots, beets
Sand potatoes .. ;... '
i Almost any vegetable can- b grwim- i th spring in northern
: Florida, 'aid in late'fall, writer and :.aing in southern Florida.
In central and northi~n Floridea field lis a,: butter beans, corn
S and pepper. aK ~.; pBduc ein durig h.; hotter : enths, while
mustard, t A ,lps ihms-t.-iC, cA rots, beets; onion sets, cabbage
and "colla' "ilAl' yw : in T.he .ter.
The. wise ardiener piM t a n ia nnt ech crop at a
time, and then about ever; two iweek'sthrough the season makes
S.. small -additional .plan g setls that ae sa~ss, ,8ill be coming
along, young and; tender, g sevei: weeks instead .of i ng
too much of it at ;one .tie a a;: 4.not high later. :'.
* MQt gardier. know bed: and howdeep
to. plant tShen adthings4 t. a ttd vmore.: .
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