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Gardening & Landscape Design
  • Author:
    Pauline Pears
  • ISBN:
    1844481565
  • ISBN13:
    978-1844481569
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  • Publisher:
    Search Press; 1 edition (May 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    64 pages
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    Gardening & Landscape Design
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This practical book is a valuable aid for all gardeners intrerested in creating a safe, natural environment in which to grow healthy, and tasty, fruit and vegetables

This practical book is a valuable aid for all gardeners intrerested in creating a safe, natural environment in which to grow healthy, and tasty, fruit and vegetables. Comprehensive, full-colour identification of garden friends and enemies. Information on the types of trees, shrubs, flowers and weeks that attract beneficial creatures. Advice on how to avoid pest problems by This practical book is a valuable aid for all gardeners intrerested in creating a safe, natural environment in which to grow healthy, and tasty, fruit and vegetables.

She has been involved in the practice and promotion of organic growing for over 20 years, and is still a passionate organic vegetable grower. Sept 2006 This is a book for all gardeners interested in creating a safe and natural environment for growing their own fruit and veg. It's a practical and comprehensive guide to garden friends and enemies, with colour photos, charts and diagrams throughout to help with correct identification, and advice on the various ways to attract the first while discouraging the second without having to rely on sprays.

This practical guide is a valuable aid for all gardeners interested in creating a safe, natural environment in which to grow healthy, and tasty, fruit and vegetables. ISBN13:9781844481569. Release Date:May 2006.

Author:Pears, Pauline M. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going . This invaluable book is ideal for gardeners interested in controlling pests on fruit and vegetables. million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard.

March 08 This book, from organic gardening experts the HDRA, shows how to produce higher yields for less work while . She and her husband cultivate two organic allotments, as well as growing fruit and vegetables at home. Pauline has written several other books in this series

March 08 This book, from organic gardening experts the HDRA, shows how to produce higher yields for less work while remaining firmly in the organic camp. A good, if brief, introduction to gardening organically. Wiggly Wigglers . About the Author. Pauline has written several other books in this series. See all Product description.

Organic product controls: Leafminers are difficult to control with products because the larvae are . Slugs and snails feed on numerous species of plants and vegetables. Rose pests and how to control them organically. Cabbage worm identification and organic control.

Organic product controls: Leafminers are difficult to control with products because the larvae are between leaf tissue layers. Neem– and spinosad-based products have some effect. Mexican bean beetles (Epilachna varivestis). When it comes to vegetable garden pests, one of the most common is the Mexican bean beetle. Description of damage: Snails and slugs leave irregular holes in leaf margins or centers. How to get rid of moles in your yard and garden.

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How to store avocados correctly. Fruits and vegetables should not be stored in the refrigerator until they’ve ripened. Certain kinds of fruits and vegetable begin to actively give off ethylene once they’ve ripened. An unripened avocado should be placed in a thick paper bag or wrapped in newspaper and kept at room temperature until it’s ripe. Otherwise, they’ll go rotten much more quickly. Wrap up the stalks on bananas. These include bananas, apricots, melons, pears, plums, mangoes, and tomatoes. Other kinds of fruits and vegetables are sensitive to ethylene, including apples, eggplants, watermelons, potatoes, pumpkins, carrots, and broccoli.

Garden pests can cause huge damage to leafy vegetables. If they are not well controlled or managed, they can greatly reduce the leaf quality or even kill the whole crop. Just in case you didn't know, leafy vegetables refer to crops in the Cruciferae or Brassicaceae family

Garden pests can cause huge damage to leafy vegetables. Just in case you didn't know, leafy vegetables refer to crops in the Cruciferae or Brassicaceae family. Examples of them include collard green, kale, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, rape, cauliflower, lettuce, celery, and turnip. There are several pests that attack leafy vegetables, and all can be categorized into flies, bugs, mites, worms, and mollusks

This practical book is a valuable aid for all gardeners intrerested in creating a safe, natural environment in which to grow healthy, and tasty, fruit and vegetables. Comprehensive, full-colour identification of garden friends and enemies. Information on the types of trees, shrubs, flowers and weeks that attract beneficial creatures. Advice on how to avoid pest problems by improving the soil and using a crop rotation. Hints on protecting plants from pests. Colour photographs, charts and diagrams throughout.