Fruit Gardener

Volume 32, No. 6 - November/December 2000

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Worm Castings, Part I: What Are They and What Good Are They?
In the first of a four-part series, George Hahn provides insights on the little-known and fascinating world of vermiculture and its many benefits
Thailand: Tropical Fruits, Hill Tribes, Shopping Galore and More--Part I of IV: Chiangmai
Traveler and rare-fruit enthusiast Maurice Kong shares with us his tour of southeast Asia, as well as color photos and impressions of fruit tasting
The Hazards of Globalization
Eunice Messner transmits an alarm sounded by India Currents on the consequences of life patenting and genetic engineering
A Quest for íCots Yields Golden Treasure
With his usual style, David Karp presents vivid photos and writes of his search for really, really good apricots, and tells where he found them
A View of the Hazards of Genetically Engineered Foods and Crops
Ronnie Cummins provides his viewpoint on the effects of genetic engineering on the things we eat, and discusses the implications
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Vegetable Patch (Mulch on a Roll)

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