Stock Your Garden with Foods Cheaper to Grow than to Buy [www.lifehacker.com]

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Approccio interessante, anche se in parte fuorviante per le caratteristiche geografiche di ogni orto. Al costo economico andrebbe però aggiunto anche il costo “collettivo” (o ambientale) che, in caso del pomodoro fatto in casa, potrebbe essere, ma non è detto, inferiore.

Plan your garden with an emphasis on economics by selecting plants that are cheaper to grow at home than they are to purchase at the grocer.

MSN Money highlights the adventures of William Alexander, author of The $64 Tomato: How One Man Nearly Lost His Sanity, Spent a Fortune, and Endured an Existential Crisis in the Quest for the Perfect Garden, by sharing five plants he recommends to save money in your garden.

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