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An on-the-job ebook for interior landscapers. Explains watering techniques and water quality, pH, and temperature. Also addresses soils and soil mixes, pests, light, temperature, plant nutrition, fertilization, and how to read and interpret a fertilizer label. Includes 83 illustrated plant profiles, frequently asked questions about plant care, and a Spanish-English/English-Spanish glossary.

Published: Joelle Steele on
ISBN: 9781940388175
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