Roots Demystified: Change Your Gardening Habits to Help Roots Thrive

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Metamorphic Press, 2008 - Roots - 165 pages
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Explains simple solutions about growing healthy roots and, thereby, healthier plants. Explores the subterranean part of every gardener's world, revealing how roots really grow while dispelling myths such as where most gardeners apply water, mulch, and fertilizer or compost. Covers lawns, prairies, shrubs, vegetables, fruit trees, and native and ornamental trees. Includes practical tips for how a gardener might use this new information to create more abundant vegetables, better lawns and sturdier trees and shrubs. Also describes several ways to garden without turning the soil.--From publisher description.

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