health. You'll also see expanded coverage of garden equipment, and special build-it projects for your yard and garden. 6
She also wrote, "If you don't improve your garden's soil, it will become barren and die. The same is true for a magazine, which has an organic life of its own."7 The continued life of Organic Gardening appears to be assured.
Abstrax; Bibliography of Agriculture; Biology Digest; Index to How to Do It Information; Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature ( 1978-present); Magazine Index ( 1978-present).
St. Louis Public Library; Missouri Botanical Garden Library. Available on microform ( 1943-present).
Organic Farming and Gardening, vol. 1, no. 1, May 1942; title changed to Organic Gardening and Farming in December 1942; then it appears to have been titled Organic Gardening until December 1954, when it combined with Organic Farmer and was named Organic Gardening and Farming; this issue is vol. 1, no. 1 of the current series. In July 1978, the title became Organic Gardening; in August 1985, Rodale's Organic Gardening; and in April 1988, Organic Gardening.
Monthly. (Volume designations above.)
Rodale Press, 33 E. Minor St., Emmaus, PA. 18049.
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Publication information: Book title: American Mass-Market Magazines. Contributors: Alan Nourie - Editor, Barbara Nourie - Editor. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1990. Page number: 347.