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Today the trend is toward eating healthier. A person also needs to consider what chemicals are used to grow their food. You can quite easily grow your own herbs and microgreens no matter how much space you have available. Some microgreens contain up to 40 times more nutrients. Not only can you grow these for yourself but with such a high demand many people are making a full-time living selling their bounty for profit.

This book contains information to help you make the most of your space and start your indoor garden. Whether for healthy living or for profit this book will help you on your journey.

©2016 Meredith Green (P)2017 Meredith Green

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Good info, bad delivery

The info within the book is great for beginners. The talent that read the book is very annoying to listen to. Poor cadence, sounds a little robotic at times and it sounds like parts of the audio file is corrupt a little. But still a good book. Worth it

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About half of the book is technical DIY instructions for verious pots and tools. While this was probably a great feature in the original book, it doesn't translate well into audiobook form.
The audio sounds likes it was recorded over skype or on someone's cell phone. The editing has a very unnatural pace to it as well. The speaker often dives into the next topic or sentence without giving the listener any time to digest what they're hearing.
Aside from those issues, there's a decent amount of good info. I would recommend this at a price point of about 2 or 3 dollars. Unless you really prefer audiobook, just go get the book.