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Reviews of Pests: Organic Balance and Conservation (Smith & Hawken)

Book Profile
Author (1): Elizabeth Miller
Author (2): Crow Miller
Author (3): Jim Anderson (illustrator)

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: March 2000
Published by: Workman Publishing Company
List price: $11.95
ISBN Number: 0761114017

Categories:

Soft-cover

  Garden Bookworm editor's notes:  
The Hands-On Gardener: Pests is a thoroughly practical guide to pest management the organic way. As in any holistic approach, the emphasis is on prevention. Beginning with the soil, where 80% of insect problems originate, this guide shows how to keep plants healthier-and opportunistic pests at bay-through a combination of soil amendments and organic fertilizers. It covers timed planting, interplanting, homeopathic sprays, and beneficial insects.

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