RHS 50 Ways to Outsmart a Squirrel & Other Garden Pests

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From the green-thumbed optimist who views their garden as a calming getaway to those that see backyard life as more of a struggle against weeds and pests, almost all gardeners will meet a creature or two who will drive them to despair. Plenty of gardeners are ready to swear off nasty chemical deterrents and bloodthirsty solutions. But how can you save your squash and uphold your hostas at the same time? This book serves up a smorgasbord of eco-friendly ideas and solutions. They’re legal, humane and – best of all – effective. Cut through the old wives tales, save your salt for seasoning, and discover gold-standard, sustainable planting solutions and crop-saving tips from gardeners who know exactly how you feel.

ISBN: 9781784727604 Author: Simon, Akeroyd Publisher: Mitchell Beazley Publication Date: 6th May 2021 Imprint: Mitchell Beazley Cover: Hardback Dewey: 635.0496 (edition:23) Pages: 144 Language: English Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subjects: ,

‘Discover clever methods for protecting your plants and crops without harming wildlife in this engaging and humorous compendium… If, in despair and dejection, you’ve been tempted to reach for a bottle of insecticide or order an animal trap, then think again; here’s a whole book of handy tips and tricks.’ Gardens Illustrated

From the green-thumbed optimist who views their garden as a calming getaway to those that see backyard life as more of a struggle against weeds and pests, almost all gardeners will meet a creature or two who will drive them to despair.

Plenty of gardeners are ready to swear off nasty chemical deterrents and bloodthirsty solutions. But how can you save your squash and uphold your hostas at the same time?

50 Ways to Outsmart a Squirrel serves up a smorgasbord of eco-friendly ideas and solutions. They’re legal, humane and – best of all – effective. Cut through the old wives tales, save your salt for seasoning, and discover gold-standard, sustainable planting solutions and crop-saving tips from gardeners who know exactly how you feel.

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