Rodale's Landscape Problem Solver: A Plant-by-plant Guide

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Rodale, 1989 - Gardening - 439 pages
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This comprehensive reference guide identifies and solves thousands of landscape problems in a moment's glance--whether it is a disease, insect pest, animal pest, or maybe a nutrient deficiency.

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Rodale's landscape problem solver: a plant-by-plant guide

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This follows the format and approach of Rodale's Garden Problem Solver ( LJ 6/1/88), which focused on fruits and vegetables. Here Ball looks at trees, shrubs, lawns, and other landscape plants. The ... Read full review

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I love all of the Rodale's books. They are simple, easy to use and filled with all the basics. Read full review

Contents

and Plants for Foliage
157
Qawns
215
the Environment
373
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Jeff Ball is a recording artist with three recordings: Ghost Town, Secrets of a Crow; and Live from the Edge.

Liz Ball is the author of more than twelve books on gardening and plants, including several for Cool Springs Press. From her home base in the Delaware Valley of Pennsylvania, Ball has shared her advice with gardeners for more than twenty years. In addition to writing, Ball is an avid garden photographer.

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