PEST MANAGEMENT IN THE LANDSCAPE
by Christopher J. Luley & A. D. Ali
2009, 92 pages, color photos throughout. Trees and shrubs are an essential element of most residential landscapes. This manual is designed to help green industry professionals, master gardeners, plant health care technicians and homeowners to understand pest management in the landscape.
High quality images and concise descriptions explain the impact on plants from insects, mites, pathogens, animals, humans and environmental conditions. Readers will be able to easily discover the causes and symptoms of problems in the landscape and how to approach diagnosis and management of those problems. Paperback; 11 x 8-1/2″.
About the Authors –
Christopher Luley, Ph.D., received his Doctorate in plant pathology from Iowa State University. He was State Forest Pathologist for Missouri, and was technical advisor for a major international tree care company. His 25 years of hands-on field diagnostic experience is reflected in this manual.
A. D. Ali, Ph.D., holds a Doctorate in entomology from Louisiana State University. He has authored more than 300 scientific and industry-oriented articles, and is a frequent speaker at professional and trade show meetings.
Have a question?
You must be logged in to post a question.