Home » Today is the LAST DAY of our March Book Sale Today is the LAST DAY of our March Book Sale March 31, 2022 It’s the last day of March and therefore the final day of our amazing March Book Fair Sale! We’ve had two weeks filled with incredible discounts of up to 80% off of books across our entire store. There’s still time to fill your bookshelves with the best deals you’ll find all spring. You have until the end of today, Thursday, March 31, to pick your next great reads of the year. Not sure where to start? Here are some titles guaranteed to strengthen your knowledge: Growing Life Just released in October 2021, André Leu’s newest title Growing Life: Regenerating Farming and Ranching is an excellent addition to any farmer-friendly bookshelf. This book has received praise from Gary Zimmer, Dr. Vandana Shiva, Ronnie Cummins, Jeff Moyer of the Rodale Institute, and many more! Get your copy today. Weeds – Control Without Poisons A classic written by Acres U.S.A. founder Charles Walters, Weeds – Control Without Poisons is an incredibly useful book with insights on hundreds of weeds, including illustrations and specifics on the soil conditions that draw them. Every farmer needs this book on their shelf or in their pocket! How to Grow Super Soybeans Dr. Harold Willis offers targeted, specific details on how to get the most out of your soybean plants. This includes detailed information on soil and plant nutrition, and all steps of the planting, growing and harvesting processes. Farming Without Losing Your Hat Also new in 2021, this practical book from farmer Paul Dorrance details the practical realities of everyday life on the farm. Each chapter features space to write out your own visions and goals, so by the end of the book you will have your own valuable insights to add and look back on. A New Farm Language This 2021 book by entomologist and scientist W. Joe Lewis is part memoir, part scientific revelation. Lewis looks back on his childhood on a Mississippi cotton farm without electricity or running water, and forward through his esteemed 40-year career as an award-winning entomologist with the USDA-ARS at the Tifton Campus, University of Georgia. In 2008, Lewis won the coveted Wolf Prize in Agriculture for his work on the connections and communications between plants and animals – which he details in this fascinating book. Don’t Miss Out! Check out our deals in the next 24 hours at the Acres U.S.A. Bookstore!