This guide will help you locate resources about Horticulture
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Watch the video tutorials below:
1 - Registration, Saving plants to a file and the Quiz
2 - Adding your own plants, User Data Input
These 4 books by Ruth Kerruish are teacher recommended.
1. Plant protection 1:pest, diseases and weeds.
2. Plant proctection 2: methods of control (not available online at present)
3. Plant protection 3: selected ornatmentals, fruit and vegetables
4. Plant protection 4: How to diagnose plant problems
Please click on the link to view and download each of the books in a PDF format.
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