When Weeds Talk

Jay L. McCaman

5 reviews

$17.82 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.

Copyright 2013, spiral-bound softcover, 116 pages.

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Marlene L.
United States United States
weeds talk

I got this book for my son for Christmas. He enjoyed the book and was very educational for him. He personally asked for this book . He was at a seminar and this book came highly recommended.

Duane A. Guy
Chile Chile
Great Tool

Easy to use and lots of rates to get the job done.

b j.
United States United States
Using " When Weeds Talk"

A very useful book for figuring out soil problems. There is not much for reading. The book basically piggy backs off of Charles Walter's "**** Control Without Poisons". This book ( When Weeds Talk) is loaded with charts. If you can identify the ****, the charts will reveal the associate soil issues then you can use "**** Control Without Poisons" to develop a plan to fix the soil issues. "When Weeds Talk" is very useful and deserves 5 stars.

Jerald S.
United States
Good read

Was a good read with multiple scenarios. Really liked the **** index

Ginny C.
United States
Sorry this. Was a gift

Sorry this. Was a gift for my son, I did not read this. But I will be glad to ask him

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