This is an applied reference book written by a soil scientist with practical experience, shows the importance of integrated nutrient management on vegetable production in home stead garden. It is a useful document of the valuable research findings on integrated nutrient management technologies developed by the author. Prescribing rational and balanced use of plant nutrients from both organic manure and inorganic fertilizers, Integrated Nutrient Management for Home stead Gardening covers wide range of vegetables including cabbage, radish, tomato, brinjal, okra, stem amaranth and red amaranth in pattern basis considering environmental, social and economic imperatives. It also explains the present constrains of soil fertility indicating possible measures for the maintenance of soil health. This volume contains huge bibliographical citations, tables and graphs, which have made it an incomparable resource book for Soil Scientists, Agronomists, Horticulturists, Plant Breeder, Extension Personnel, Teachers and Post-Graduate Students. Genuine and careful use of these recommendations would be very helpful in achieving food security and maintaining soil fertility and productivity.