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A Guide to Alternatives to Pesticides; Common Sense Gardening
1 A Guide to Alternatives to Pesticides; Common Sense Gardening
Metro booklet used 62 pages, 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches tall illustrated by Antonia Manda 
Contents:
Healthy Yard and Garden Strategies
Least Harmful Pest Control Strategies
Water Quality and Household Chemicals
Beneficial Insects and Others
Pests
Weeds
Diseases
Glossary

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Better Homes and Gardens Country Gardens
2 Better Homes and Gardens Country Gardens
Better Homes and Gardens Fall (August) 2014 Volume 23 No. 4 magazine used Special Interest Publication 112 pages 
Contents:
Gardens and Plants:
Fall is for Foilage
Fresh and Crisp - organic apple orchard
Digging Dahlias
Raise the Bar - extra-tall raised beds
In Praise of the Marigold
Made in the Shade - 14 of the best cool and underused shade plants
Labor of Love - award-winning Georgia garden
A Room of Her Own - remodeled greenhouse
Second Time Around- locally-sourced architectural materials transform a Maryland backyard

Decorating & Inspiration:
Plant a Pumpkin
Garden Collectibles: Vintage Seed Packets
Mum's the Word - the largest outdoor chrysanthemum dislay in the country - Bellingrath Gardens in Theodore, Alabama
Slow Lane - curious habits of turkeys
Plantings - the grasslike carex
Backyard Almanac - barn swallows
Weekend Gardener - sew a pretty apron complete with pockets
Trading Post - organizing the garden tools and accessories
Breaking Ground - Japan's fourth annual Gardening World Cup flower show
Design Notebook - floral border

Cooking & Entertaining
Backyard Forage Feat

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Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 August/September
3 Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 August/September
Reiman Publications August/September 1997 magazine used 66 pages 
Contents:
  • Garden Variety. Reluctant gardeners become green thumbs when friends and family began contributing to their landscape efforts
  • Blooming Beauty. The slightest breeze sends cleomes stirring. These tall, graceful garden flowers will work great in your backyard as well
  • Bird Tales. A crow chewing gum ... a cardinal feeding goldfish ... a woodpecker called "Fireman" ... and more about feathered friends
  • Top Billing. Cedar waxwings are fascinating because they're one of the most social birds. Plus they will drop in on a moment's notice
  • Ready for a Walk? These gardens and backyards are at their colorful peak. And there is plenty of winged activity, too.
  • Here's the Plan. Bluebirds feeding from your hand? Unbelievable! But it is possible with a little help from this simple-to-make feeder.LI>Outside Interests. This couple discovered their climate is perfect for growing herbs. Now an enormous collection surrounds their home
  • Outdoor Classroom. Spring is a long way off, but now's the time to plan its colorful show. These tips make planting bulbs a breeze
  • Worth Seeing. No matter what time of year you visit, Longwood Gardens puts on a spectacular show of flowers, fountains and lots more
  • Crafting Naturally. It may sound a bit rough, but "pounding" your delicate backyard flowers can result in some beautiful works of art
  • Hummer Happenings. Do hummingbirds hitchhike on geese? Should feeders be removed to encourage migration? Here are answers
  • Backyard Banter. Ready to smile? We've packed eight pages with fun tidbits, ideas and reader photographs. You won't be disappointed.

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    Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 Oct/Nov
    4 Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 Oct/Nov
    Reiman Publications October/November 1997 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
  • Garden Variety - a family in Vermont's mountains added colorful flower beds to areas with steep slopes that are too difficult to mow
  • Blooming Beauty. Purple coneflower is an easy-care perennial with gorgeous daisy-like blooms that attract birds, bees and butterflies
  • Top Billing. The nuthatch is sometimes call the "upside-down bird." Learn how this backyard acrobat earned its fitting nickname
  • Ready for a Walk? Enjoy the rich hues, abundant fruit and colorful visitors that autumn brings on this photo-tour of inviting backyards
  • Here's the Plan. Don't let old myths scare you. Bats are excellent backyard companions. Welcome them with a house of their own
  • Outdoor Classroom. When a new bird stops in your yard, be sure to look for these important clues that will reveal its true identity
    Worth Seeing. The boardwalk at Florida's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary offers visitors a terrific place to view birds and other wildlife
  • Fantastic Feeders. Subscribers handcrafted these colorful bird feeders that appeal to bird lovers as well as a variety of feathered friends
  • Crafting Naturally. Here's how you can turn cornhusks, flowers and other items from your garden and backyard into old-fashioned dolls
  • Showpiece. Winged euonymus, a hardy shrub also known as burning bush, brightens fall landscapes with its brilliant fiery-red foliage
  • Backyard Banter. We've packed these eight pages with plenty of stories, hints and pictures from creative readers across the country.

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    Fine Gardening magazine 1988 May June #1 1st issue
    5 Fine Gardening magazine 1988 May June #1 1st issue
    Taunton Press Inc. May/June 1988 Issue No. 1 magazine used 86 pages 
    Contents:
    Articles:
  • Primrose Primer. Early bloom to brighten most shady corners.
  • Two French Beans. Prized eating from the Gallic kitchen garden.
  • Bean Emergence.
  • Waterworks. Installing an irrigation system so it grows with the garden.
  • Foxgloves. English-border favorite flourishes in midwestern gardens
  • Building a Lily Pond. Shovels, friends and a patch of PVC create a backyard oasis
  • Banded Cuttings. Excluding light stimulates root formation.
  • Landscape Renovation. From '50s eyesore to inviting retreat
  • Japanese Beetles. An integrated approach to protecting your lawn.
  • Digging in the Past. Gardening as archaeology in the arid Southwest.
  • Boxes and Trellises. Homemade structures eke more gardening from a crowded lot.
  • A Gardener's Progress. An unlikely start ends well.

    Departments:
    Letters
    Tips: Tomato trellis; homemade scoop; mossy paths
    Q & A: Repeat blooming roses; grafting tips
    Reviews: Garden guide for a bio-region; two design books
    Calender
    Gleanings: Bulb hunter; bloom sequence; garden design
    Last Word: Bamboo affair.

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    Fine Gardening magazine 1989 April #60
    6 Fine Gardening magazine 1989 April #60
    Taunton Press April 1989 No. 60 magazine used 106 pages 
    Contents:
    Design:
  • From Tiny Yard to Private Paradise. Dense plantings, berms, and fences create an urban retreat
  • A Painterly Approach to Planting. Create eye-catching color combinations with plants as the paint and beds as the canvas
  • Sizing Up Your Style. Use these creative tools to evaluate your property's potential

    Techniques:

  • Jump Start Your Seeds. Use these tricks to speed germination, then plant up some pots
  • Buy Plants with Confidence. A professional shares his secrets for purchasing robust plants

    Plants:

  • Hale and Hardy Geraniums. These exceptional perennials boast delicate flowers and thrive on neglect
  • Shrubs that Flower Enhance Mixed Borders. These stalwart beauties add structure and extend seasonal interest
  • Fuzzy, Prickly and Tickly to Touch. Richly textured plants invite you to stop and feel the foliage

    Structures:

  • Can't Dig Down? Build Up! If you have troublesome soil, try gardening in a raised bed

    Special Chart:

  • 25 Fast-Growing Perennials That Flower Their First Year from Seed

    Departments:

  • Over the Fence. Ten years of shared gardening experiences
  • Tips. Simplified staking: using your marbles
  • Q & A. Attacking Bermuda grass; shrubs for wet sites
  • Basics. Getting to the bottom of bulbs, corms, rhizomes, and tubers
  • Praiseworthy Plants. Pink-flowered gaura; Uzu No Mai hosta; 'Tardiva' hydrangea
  • Container Gardening. Pair striking plants for eye-catching container gardens

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    Garden Gate magazine 2006 January #67
    7 Garden Gate magazine 2006 January #67
    August Home Publishing Jan/Feb 2006 Issue No 67 magazine used 50 pages, 8 inches by 11 inches tall 
    Contents:
    At Home Gardener. Roy Klehm on growing perfect peonies
    Before & After. Create a natural rock garden
    Top Picks. 10 tender vines
    Design Challenge. Starting with a clean slate
    From the Drawing Board. Picture yourself on this patio.
    Container Recipe
    Notes from the Test Garden. Gorgeous Begonias for free
    Editor's Choice. Flowering Maple

    Features:

  • Columbine. Bring a kaleidoscope of colors to your spring garden with this easy-to-grow perennial
  • Garden Smarter. Is the time you have to spend in your garden limited? These five time-saving tips will save your work and make the time you do have more enjoyable
  • Secret Spaces. Want to get away from it all? A secret garden is the perfect hideout. See how it works in this garden, and learn how to make your very own getaway
  • The New Garden Glassics. Each year we get to see lots of great garden design ideas around the country. Check out some of our favorites.

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    Garden Gate magazine 2009 June
    8 Garden Gate magazine 2009 June
    August Home Publishing June 2009 Issue 87 magazine used 50 pages 
    Features:
    Raising Daisies
    Catmint Has it All
    Time to Relax - a comfortable retreat you can create in your own backyard
    No Pests, No Chemicals
    Off to a Great Start in 4 Simple Steps- make your perennials grow faster than ever
    Readers' Best Containers
    Color - design secrets the pros know but rarely share

    Also:
    think outside the trellis: try something new with vines
    10 flowers that plant themselves
    deer diary ... what really keeps deer out of your garden!

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    Garden, Deck & Landscape magazine 2006 Spring
    9 Garden, Deck & Landscape magazine 2006 Spring
    Better Homes and Gardens Spring 2006 magazine used 136 pages 
    Contents:
    Gardentalk
    Gardencare
    Gardenstyle

    Features:
    Color Rules - effective use of color in your landscape
    Sharp Curves - curvaceous cedar deck
    Container Gardening 1-2-3
    10 Things You Must Know Before Building Your Deck
    Formal Manner - the symmetry and clean lines of a formal courtyard

    Pools & Spas
    Courting the Old World - inspired by European design old-world style small courtyard complete with pool, outdoor kitchen and dining area
    Hot Water Meets Cold Cash - tips for conserving energy help you enjoy your pool or hot tub
    Laid Back - cool chaise lounges
    Hillside Escape
    Cool Gadgets
    Top Tubs

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    Grit magazine 2013 July/August
    10 Grit magazine 2013 July/August
    Ogden Publications July/August 2013 Volume 131 Issue 4 magazine used 96 pages 
    Contents:
    Garden Time:
    Make Floriani Red Flint a Homestead Staple. Grow this productive heirloom grain for true corny flavor and exceptional nutrition
    The Great Tomato Stake Debate
    The Wonders of Water
    Sow Hoe: Sensational Salsa Peppers

    Time to Reflect:
    Our View - Family Ties and Heirloom Seeds
    Your View - Your Garden Harvest
    Facts & Folklore
    Mail Call
    Friends & Neighbors
    Gazette
    Heart of the Home: Sleeping Under the Stars - stories of camping (mis)adventures and roughing it in the wilderness
    The Right Thing: Good Neighhh-bors

    Kitchen Time:
    Comfort Foods: Using Up the Harvest
    American Heirlooms: The Tiny Tree of Italia (broccoli)
    Recipe Box: Zucchini Jam & Plum Preserves
    Homemade Wine the Easy Way

    Time with Nature:
    Deep Litter Management
    The Zero-Turn Extravaganza
    In the Wild: Indicator Frogs & Sensitive Salamanders
    In the Shop: Free-Swinging Vistas: DIY Porch Swing plans
    Milk, Cheese and More - milk goat answers

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    Grit magazine 2013 May/June
    11 Grit magazine 2013 May/June
    Ogden Publications May/June 2013 Volume 131 Issue 3 magazine used 96 pages 
    Contents:
    Enjoying the Outdoors
    In the Wild: The Largest of the Small Cats
    In the Shop: Reviving Mechanical Antiques - giving old engines new life
    Country Tech: Plain Old Pushmowers
    Getting Started with Goats

    A Little of This:
    Our View - Predators on the Prowl
    Your View - Nature Waking Up
    Facts & Folklore
    Mail Call
    Friends & Neighbors
    Gazette
    Heart of the Home: Preserving the Bounty
    The Right Thing: Mystery Air conditioner a Welcome Relief

    A Dash of That:
    Comfort Foods: Pick a Peck of Pasta Salads
    Recipe Box: No-Hassle No-Bake Cookies
    For the Love of Brussels Sprouts

    Planting a Seed:
    American Heirlooms: Good for Stringing, Snapping and Steaming - green bean varieties
    Earn a Living on the Farm
    Raising Frontier Vegetables
    From Flanders Fields to the Land of Oz - poppy family flowers
    Sow Hoe: Getting a Grip on Weeds

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2012 May/June
    12 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2012 May/June
    Bow Tie Inc. May/June 2012 Volume 7 Number 3 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:
  • The Brunch Club. Invite a few friends over for brunch
  • Fruitful Fare recipes
  • Artful Edibles. Edible bouquets and table arrangements for any occasion
  • "I Do" on the Farm. Host your own wedding or make a living from hosting others. These guidelines will help keep things running smoothly.

    Tied up in Seed. Wrap you seeds up in fun giftable packages with homemade seed papers and packets

  • In a Fizz. Unwind with a hot bath filled with aroma and bubbles from handmade fizzes
  • Wine Science.

    Columns
    Lessons Learned
    Country Fare
    Garden Gift
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nature Calls
    Home Clinic
    Projects Homestead
    Hands On
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
    13 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
    I-5 Publishing September/October 2013 Volume 8 Number 5 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
  • You Can Pickle That
  • Playing with Fire. The age-old tradition of hearth cooking and how to apply
  • A Turn for the Better. Small gardens can benefit from a no-till program
  • Back in Black. Black walnuts offer a bounty of options for cooking, crafting and other uses
  • Goat Power. Harness the power of goats to pull carts and other small equipment

    Columns:
    Dinner Bell
    Garden Grit
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk
    Hands On
    Project Homestead
    Room for Improvement
    Nature Calls
    Cottage Industry

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    Mother Earth News magazine 1987 May/June #105
    14 Mother Earth News magazine 1987 May/June #105
    May June 1987 magazine used Willie Nelson cover 128 pages Issue No. 105 
    Contents:
    Garden and Yard:
    The Kitchen Garden - About Tomatoes
    Market Gardening. Turning the soil, turning a profit
    Deep Mulch. At last, a cover-up without guilt

    Mothers Kitchen:
    Fixing Fish without Fear

    Country Skills:
    Taking on Livestock, Part II

    Backcountry:
    The Nature of Wildlife Photography - shutter after buffalo
    A Beginner's Guide to Fishing

    Home:
    The Esoteric Art of Splitting Shingles

    Workshop:
    Turn a Window Into a Door

    Environment:
    Life After Chernobyl. A year-long struggle on a Swedish farm

    And More:
    Farm Aid Founder Willie Nelson
    An Automotive "Summerization"
    Listen to Your Mother. Radio daze

    Regular Features

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    Mother Earth News magazine 1992 October #134
    15 Mother Earth News magazine 1992 October #134
    Sussex Publishers October/November 1992 magazine used 100 pages 
    Contents:
    Backcountry - Happy Camping, A checklist with commentary for the novice to the expert

    John Vivian's Do It Yourself: Woodworking Basics

    Garden and Yard
    Pumpkins - from miniatures to giants
    Gardening with Kids

    Earth Diary
    How Green is Your Party? the inside scoop on the environmental records of Bush and Clinton

    Country Skills
    Building a mailbox
    Brewing at Home

    Natural Health
    Herbalist's Notebook - medicinal magic of jewelweed and gentian

    Mother's Kitchen
    Saving Tradition - save the butter, smoke the bird

    Regular Columns:
    New From Mother
    Dear Mother - how some children became environmentalists
    Country Lore - weeds, seeds, and camping needs
    Bits & Pieces - the story of the monster fungus
    Country Pets - Emily Miller offers advice for a better diet for your pet
    Hand Crafts - making Halloween displays at home
    Energy Tips - taking yourself to the cleaners. Washing clothes for less
    Hand Skills - creating stained glass works of art
    Last Laugh - perils and pitfalls of organization

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    Mother Earth News magazine 2014 February/March
    16 Mother Earth News magazine 2014 February/March
    Ogden Publications Inc. February/March 2014 magazine used 127 pages 
    Contents:
    65 Self-Reliance Tips That Will Save You Money
    Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work)
    Wonderful Wheat: Why This Ancient Staple is Still Good For You
    No. 1 Expert Shares Organic Potato Tips
    Heritage Backyard Chickens
    How to Calculate Gas Mileage
    The Dirt on Composters
    Homemade Herbal Medicines
    Making a Green Choice: Childfree Living

    Departments:
    Mother Earth News Online
    News From Mother
    Beautiful and Abundant: The Ties That Bind
    Dear Mother
    Green Gazette
    Real Food - Olive Oil, Vinegar
    Crop at a Glance: Fruit Trees
    Homestead Know-How: Guide to Waterfowl
    Country Lore: Readers' Tips to Live By
    Ask Our Experts
    Earth Words - Charles Dickens

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    Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 73
    17 Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 73
    Fall 2001 Issue 73, Vol 19, No. 4 magazine used 
    Contents:
    Matsutake an Endangered Species?
    The Spectre of 'Mucho Destructo'
    Myco-Restoration of Logging Roads
    Six Weeks with Four Puffballs
    Sunshine and Tomatoes
    Fungi of Mines and Caves
    Cooking Column

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    Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 74
    18 Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 74
    Winter 2001-02 Issue 74, Vol 20, No. 1 magazine used 
    Contents:
    Mushroom hunters of the grasslands
    Amanita pantherina over 8 dyas
    Insects and their mushroom hosts
    Don't eat T. equestre
    Raising Stropharia on your paths
    The Margaret Tagwira project
    The Cooking Column
    The Cultivation Column

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    Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 77
    19 Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 77
    Fall 2002 Issue 77, Vol 20, No. 4 magazine used 
    Contents:
    "Variable ratio reward" is what it's all about
    Take the second train, not the ominous one - John Haines goes to Europe
    Mycorrhizas, Part 5 - Fall Mushrooms, Fungus-Robbers, and a Definition Revisited
    The seven steps to making a senior moments field guide
    Taking 3D photos with your regular camera
    The Cooking Column
    Twiddling your green and white thumbs: Growing tomatos and mushrooms
    Phaeolepiota aurea: A beautiful and mysterious mushroom

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    Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 80
    20 Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming issue 80
    Summer 2003 Issue 80, Vol 21, No. 3 magazine used 
    Contents:
    Hunting Morels in Ohio
    Mycorama - creating a mushroom museum for mycology in Switzerland
    An Interview with Margaret Lewis
    Formerly Fungi: Focus on Phytophthora
    Giant Gyromitras
    Mushroom Cultivation Seminars at Presidio, part 2
    Cooking with Aged Porcini
    Cooking with Chantrelles

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    Mother Earth News magazine 1992 October #134
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    Better Homes and Gardens Country Gardens
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    Simply Perfect Garden Structures 2002 Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publication
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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2012 May/June
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    Grit magazine 2013 May/June
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    Grit magazine 2013 July/August
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    Garden, Deck & Landscape magazine 2006 Spring
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