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Tackle pests and diseases fast with the new edition of this handy gardener's guide. This title lets you learn to identify, treat and prevent plant pests and diseases with the help of the experts at the RHS. A detailed A-Z plant listing explains common plant problems so you know what to look out for in your garden. This title lets you explore more than 300 close-up photos showing symptoms and causes of ailments, helping you to identify and treat problems fast. It includes suggestions for organic, biological and chemical controls to keep you one step ahead of pests and diseases. Keep your plants in perfect condition all year round.

Home & GardenGardening Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd Publication Date: 01/07/2009 ISBN-13: 9781405341776  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Fantastic book! Helped me to correctly identify (and remedy!) several problems in my garden this summer, including a magnesium deficiency, mealy cabbage aphids, and white fly. Has also helped me to better understand what insects are "pests" and which are beneficial. The structure of the book is exceptional and very easy to use.

- 19/09/2013
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Let’s face it, gardening is not for the squeamish; only those of us who can stamp on a slug in bare wellies should attempt it. Gardening is really about killing things, and this book helps you identify them first.

Lindsey Davis - 20/03/2012


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