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"Taylor's Guides are the best, most authoritative guides on the market." Garden Design
Posted June 10, 2000
Whether or not you have deer, there are some basic requirements all gardeners need to consider. The health of your soil is probably the most important of these. Soil and Composting, by Nancy J. Ondra is in the Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides series of books. Like most books in this series, it is easy to read and understand. While it touches upon some of the science behind why good soil is important, it doesn't bore the average gardener with laborious explanations. It quickly gets to what most gardeners want to know, that is what to do to improve your soil's quality and have healthier plants. Before you start a new garden it is important to understand the characteristics of your soil and what actions you need to take before you start planting. This book will provide the weekend gardener with all the guidance they need to build healthy soil in their garden. I highly recommend you read this book before you start planting your new garden.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.