Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Pests and Problems

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Random House, Jun 30, 2012 - Gardening - 128 pages

In this definitive guide, Alan Titchmarsh addresses key problem areas and provides easy-to-follow guidance on how to protect precious plants. Encouraging gardeners to create healthy ecosystems, Alan talks through the techniques to deal with harmful pests, weeds, diseases and disorders and suggests preventative measures to ensure happy, disease-resistant plants.

* Directory of pests and problems with over 200 colour illustrations
* Good gardening techniques for preventing disorders
* How to select the right plants for the right conditions
* Advice on chemical versus nonchemical treatments
* Instructions for tackling problems in lawns and borders


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focus onWildlife in the garden
Good gardening techniques
focus onNutrient deficiencies
Gallery of garden weeds
Deceptive ornamentals
Dealing with weeds and moss
Animal and insect pests
Identifying the problem
Vegetables and fruit

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About the author (2012)

Originally trained at Hertfordshire College of Horticulture and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Alan Titchmarsh is the author of over 40 books about gardening, including How to be a Gardener Book 1: Back to Basics, the fastest-selling of all time in the genre, and the bestselling The Kitchen Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg. He writes for BBC Gardeners' World Magazine, and is gardening correspondent for the Daily Express and Sunday Express. A frequent broadcaster, Alan has covered The Chelsea Flower Show for the BBC for over 25 years, he has a seasonal daily chat show on ITV, and a weekly show on Radio 2.

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