When Weeds Talk

Jay L. McCaman

18 reviews

$16.80 Regular price $24.00
Modern Classic

This is the 2nd edition of the book formerly titled Weeds and Why They Grow. Acres U.S.A. has long shown that weed control lies in fertility management. Every weed grows in a somewhat narrow window of allowable soil conditions. For the first time, hundreds of weeds of commercial importance are detailed along with the chemical analysis of accompanying soils. For example, burdock grows in soils with very high levels of iron and sulfate, very low levels of calcium and manganese. Balance the soil, lose the weed.

SKU 6149. Copyright 2013, spiral-bound softcover, 116 pages.

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AB
08/01/2022
Adam B.
United States

Ok

It is not organized well or well documented on the sources of the text. Type-os and spelling errors don't really add the the legitimacy of the text either. I was hoping for more.

GG
03/03/2022
Gerhard G.
Australia Australia

When Weeds Talk - time for us to learn to listen.

Frustrated by weeds? Want to learn more about the conditions favouring plants you don't want? This title identifies a series of nutrient, physical and biological criteria which can be managed to put pressure on the plants you don't want - and support those you do want!

DS
12/04/2021
donald s.
United States United States

When weeds talk

Good book and lots of information. Needs to be updated with any new informaton added.

NG
04/02/2021
Nigel G.
Ireland Ireland

Very useful

Really enjoyed and a great reference.

SP
03/01/2021
Stan P.
United States United States

Great Reference Book

It further validates our research that deficient calcium is the driver of most soil health issues. It is one of my go to books when working with clients.

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