Penn State Extension Master Gardener Manual
In full color and with nearly 600 photographs, this 800-page hardback book provides basic horticultural knowledge in botany; plant propagation; soil health and fertilizer management; plant pathology and diseases; entomology; integrated pest management; lawn care; vegetable gardening; indoor, herbaceous, woody, and native plants; tree fruit and small fruit; weeds and invasive species; and pruning. Composting, landscape design, garden wildlife, and gardening equipment are also discussed.
Beginning and advanced gardeners; plant, landscape, and pest professionals
Botany; plant propagation and care; soil health, fertilizer management, and composting; plant diseases and pests; indoor plants; vegetable gardens; lawn care and landscape design; ornamentals; tree fruit and small fruit; herbaceous plants; native plants; weeds and invasive species; garden wildlife; gardening equipment
Worth every red cent
The photos in the manual really make it easy to understand the text and what you're learning about. They are invaluable!
Great resource for the home gardener who wants a better understaning of the plant world.
Everything you need to know about gardening!
Not Just for Master Gardeners Anymore!
A comprehensive reference for any gardener!
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