The Book of Weeds

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Penguin, 2009 - Gardening - 192 pages
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The author of Compost encourages both novice and experienced gardeners to tackle weeds before the weeds tackle them. Budding with information and advice, this accessible guide addresses everything from how to recognize and control weeds to how to exploit them.
 

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Contents

4481 Weeding them out
44
annuals
82
perennials
112
water weeds
176
186 Useful addresses and books
186
187 References
187
188 Index
188
192 Acknowledgments
192
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Kenneth Thompson, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the Open University, has held positions at Yale, UCLA, Rutgers, and Smith. He is the author of "Moral Panics" (Routledge, 1998).

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