|Statement||[by Donna Przecha].|
|LC Classifications||CS14 .P79 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||155 p. :|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||90149054|
This book contains at least eighty percent more new information, more results of the latest in-depth and up-to-date explorations, and even more helpful guidelines on roots than the author’s previous book (Roots Demystified: Change Your Garden Habits to Help Roots Thrive). The books of Robert Kourik should be in every land manager’s library. Understanding Roots is his newest book and adds to and updates information found in Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape Naturally () and Roots Demystified (). Like many of the best in the ecological landscape field (to include design, installation and management), he’s a maverick, in the best sense; . Understanding Roots contains over enchanting and revealing root drawings that most people have never seen, from prairies, grasslands, and deserts, as well as drawings based on excavations of vegetable, fruit, nut, and ornamental tree roots. Every root system presented in this book was drawn by people literally working in the trenches, sketching the roots where they grew. Understanding Roots contains more than enchanting and revealing root drawings that most people have never seen, from prairies, grasslands and deserts, as well as drawings based on excavations of vegetable, fruit, nut and ornamental tree roots. Every root system presented in this book was drawn by people literally working in the trenches, sketching the roots where they grew.
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