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This 'little green book' is clear, concise, well-organized and comprehensive. Mac Perry, a former horticultural agent, covers it all - how to design an attractive landscape, how to have a lush, green lawn, how to keep pests and weeds at bay, how to care for fruit and shade trees, improve your soil, fertilize your plants, and much more. One excellent feature of this book is its many lists: 'Seven Native Shade Trees', 'Fifteen Disease Symptoms', 'Ten Common Lawn Insects', 'Eight Popular Berry Fruits', etc. Simply written and easy to understand, this book is jam packed with useful advice and information! Line illustrations and b&w photos throughout.
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Mac Perry is a horticultural consultant and lecturer, and has contributed hundreds of garden articles to magazines and newspapers. He has been a horticulture agent for the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (UF/IFAS), director of the Foreign Agricultural Relief Mission at Florida Beacon College (FARM), and horticultural teacher at the vocational and adult education levels. He is now the owner of a pest control company in St. Petersburg. Perry is the author of "The Gro-Box Method" and the popular "Landscaping in Florida." He has also written several books about early Florida history, including: "Indian Mounds You Can Visit," "Black Conquistador," and "Children of the Sun."
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Book Description Florida Flair Books, 1984. Paperback. Condition: New. 2nd. Seller Inventory # DADAX0961323604
Book Description Florida Flair Books, 1984. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0961323604