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No-waste kitchen gardening : regrow your leftover greens, pits, seeds, and more / by Katie Elzer-Peters.

By: Elzer-Peters, Katie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Cool Springs Press, 2018Description: 127 pages : colour illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780760361603; 0760361606.Subject(s): Food crops | Kitchen gardens | Organic gardening | Sustainable livingDDC classification: 635 Summary: "No-Waste Kitchen Gardening is a fun and colorful exploration of the amazing results you can get by re-growing vegetable cutoffs and scraps into harvestable, edible plants. Stop tossing your your carrot stumps, loose cilantro sprigs, lettuce and cabbage stalks, and apple cores in the trash! The expert advice in No-Waste Kitchen Gardening, gives you all the instruction and tricks you'll need to grow and re-propagate produce from food waste. You'll be astonished at how much food waste you can re-grow. You'll also find some helpful general information about growing indoors and maintaining your re-grown plants."-- Provided by publisher.
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Learn to grow and re-propagate produce from kitchen scraps like carrot stumps and apple cores with No-Waste Kitchen Gardening.

Includes index.


"No-Waste Kitchen Gardening is a fun and colorful exploration of the amazing results you can get by re-growing vegetable cutoffs and scraps into harvestable, edible plants. Stop tossing your your carrot stumps, loose cilantro sprigs, lettuce and cabbage stalks, and apple cores in the trash! The expert advice in No-Waste Kitchen Gardening, gives you all the instruction and tricks you'll need to grow and re-propagate produce from food waste. You'll be astonished at how much food waste you can re-grow. You'll also find some helpful general information about growing indoors and maintaining your re-grown plants."-- Provided by publisher.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction (p. 4)
  • 1 No-Waste Kitchen Gardening: How It Works and How to Do It (p. 9)
  • 2 Regrow Roots and Underground Steins in Soil (p. 29)
  • 3 Regrow Stems and Modified Stems in Soil (p. 57)
  • 4 Grow Seeds in Soil and Water (p. 73)
  • 5 Regrow Whole Plants and Stems in Water (p. 103)
  • Resources (p. 124)
  • Index (p. 125)
  • Acknowledgments (p. 127)
  • Photo Credits (p. 127)
  • About the Author (p. 128)