Resilient Gardens 2016: Climate Change, Stress Disorders, Pest Update 2016. Linda Gilkeson


Here is what gardeners on the coast of British Columbia and Washington need to know to adapt their gardening methods to drier, warmer summers, water shortages and extreme weather patterns. Chapters also cover the changing climate, effects of environmental stress on plants, including stress disorders of tomatoes, apples and other crops. The second part of the publication updates information on key pests and diseases of ornamentals and food gardens, including spotted wing Drosophila, European chafer, clubroot, powdery mildew and rabbits.

ISBN: 978-0-9917335-1-4. 68 pp. Softcover