Mills, Ted
December 2007
American Rose;Dec2007 Annual, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p84
The author discusses the advantages of organic farming in rose gardening. She recommends rosarians to familiarize themselves with various sources of organic materials, suggesting that composting is a convenient way to access the best organics. However, she does not deny the value of chemical fertilizers but believes that in combination with organics, one has a good combination to nourish plant life.


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