PULLMAN, Wash. — Ever wanted to get your hands on the teaching resource that extension Master Gardeners consult?
You now can.
“Sustainable Gardening,” the first joint Washington and Oregon Master Gardener handbook, is now available to the public for the first time from Washington State University Cooperative Extension.
This basic gardening text and resource for Northwest gardeners provides information on basic botany, soils, fertilizers, houseplants, plant propagation, pruning, vegetable gardening, plant problem diagnosis, lawns, sustainable landscape design, weed management and 11 other topics. It is indexed, has a detailed glossary and each chapter is separated by tabs.
The 536 pages are 3-hole punched for insertion into a view-binder. The binder is not provided.
Copies of OREM 8742 “Sustainable Gardening” can be ordered from the WSU Cooperative Extension Bulletins Office in Pullman by calling 1- 800-723-1763. Cost is $20 plus shipping and sales tax for Washington residents.
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