Dead Daisies Make Me Crazy: Garden Solutions Without Chemical Pollution

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Ten Speed Press, 2000 - Gardening - 178 pages
At long last, you can grow your tomatoes and eat them too with the help of this primer on gardening with fewer chemicals. Gardeners and homeowners alike need simple and safe ways to stop unwanted pests and plant diseases while allowing nature to flourish. A companion to the highly successful DEAD SNAILS LEAVE NO TRAILS, DEAD DAISIES picks up where the first book left off, offering a wide range of new tips and techniques for effective organic gardening, as well as advice on how to attract beneficial wildlife to your natural space.

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A typical Ten Speed offering, this slim, unassuming volume is filled with practical information. Its layout is similar to the authors' Dead Snails Tell No Tales (Ten Speed, 1996), with some overlap in ... Read full review

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LOREN NANCARROW is a veteran TV journalist who has forged new ground in the field of environmentalism as one of this country's first eco-reporters.
JANET HOGAN TAYLOR is an entymologist and former zookeeper who now works as a community environmentalist on issues of conservation, ecology, and land use.

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