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Check it out: 'Garden Problem Solver'

5:42 PM, Mar. 8, 2013  |  Comments
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"Garden Problem Solver'' by Rosemary Ward (Mitchell Beazley; 2012)

Because even the best gardens can have problems, author Rosemary Ward recommends you begin with prevention in mind. Choose the right plants, give them their ideal growing conditions and use clever gardening techniques.

Encouraging beneficial insects and wildlife predators, along with good garden hygiene, can go a long way to minimize problems. Understanding how problems occur and getting good information on those you are likely to encounter is the key to dealing with them. Problems covered include environmental, pests and diseases.

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