It’s the question most commonly heard in every garden: what’s wrong with my…? And with the bestselling What’s Wrong With My Plant? and What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?, we’ve answered it for flower borders, perennial gardens, and vegetable beds. What’s next? One of the most challenging parts of the garden—the delicious yet disease-prone fruit garden.
What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden? offers a path toward a healthy garden packed with fresh fruit. In addition to learning how to diagnose a plant problem through clear visual keys, you will also learn the most effective organic solutions for every problem. Detailed plant portraits include information on growth; seasonality; temperature, light, and soil requirements; and planting techniques. The 37 plants include everything from almonds to watermelons.
This book is a must-have guide for any food gardener looking to grow scrumptious and problem-free fruit!
“If you want a healthy, productive, and healthful vegetable garden largely free of pests and disease, What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden belongs in your garden library.” Edward C. Smith, bestselling author of The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible
“Lavishly illustrated guidelines offer nearly infallible means of diagnosing and treating setbacks through easy-to-follow, cross-referenced charts. As foolproof as they come, this guide presents clear, straightforward advice augmented by precisely illustrative photographs that will help insure growing success.” — Booklist
“ Those looking for a well-illustrated, well-organized resource will not be disappointed.” –Publishers Weekly
“Full of useful photographs, charts for diagnosing problems, numerous organic solutions, and hints for avoiding problems in the first place.” — Viveka Neveln, American Gardener
“An authoritative guide to organic vegetable growing. … With this attractive book, organic gardeners will find it easy to grow vegetables and diagnose and organically treat common problems. Recommended.” — Library Journal
“Provide[s] a thorough method of diagnosing what’s wrong with the various crops of a vegetable garden.” — Halifax Chronicle Herald
“Here’s help to keep your garden plants healthy, recognize when they’re not, and apply the right organic solution.” — Green Bay Press-Gazette
“An ideal read for gardeners looking to grow the healthiest, most problem-free plants and vegetables” — American Reference Books Annual
“This colorful guide to troubleshooting organic gardens provides detailed information on the treatment of diseases and elimination of pests for specific fruits and vegetables, and promotes a holistic approach to garden health.” — Book News
“A comprehensive index and chapter-by-chapter discussions of individual vegetables avoid the frustration of wading through generalized advice.” — San Francisco Chronicle