Snow dumped on East: Late spring?

Roche, Jerry; McIver, Terry
February 1996
Landscape Management;Feb96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p15
Trade Publication
Offers suggestions for dealing with snow-related damage on plants. Types of plants susceptible to damage; Dealing with gray snow molds; Preventing salt leaching.


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