Handbook of Soils for Landscape Architects
Written in a clear, accessible style, this book presents the fundamental aspects of soil science for landscape architects and professionals in related fields. Emphasis is placed on those topics of particular interest to this audience, among them erosion, irrigation, fertility and nutrients, diagnosis of plant disorders, engineering aspects, and the use of soil surveys. The book should also find some course use in departments of landscape architecture and agronomy. Serious gardeners might find it of interest as well.