Title: How to Get Your Lawn & Garden off Drugs
Authors, Rubin, Carole
The conflict between a pest-free lawn, vegetable patch or garden tears at environmentally conscious gardeners on an annual basis. This guide, while small (121 pages) offers valuable suggestions and common sense. Chapters include pesticide myths and history, pesticide-free by design, healthy soil and healthy plants, the chemical-free lawn, pesticide-free vegetables, and organic ornamentals. The resources provided at the back of the book include soil testing labs in Canada and the US, contract groups, and further reading as well as an index.
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Source: Harbour Publishing
Resource Type: BiblioResources (Books) - Manual/Handbook
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