Complete Shrub Care & A-Z Tree Care
Why wonít Harrietís rose bush flower?
Why is Rogerís Privet hedge losing its leaves?
Itís time to prune your shrubs again! Maybe you could use expert advice. Learn all
morphology of shrubs and the best places to cut, the principles and techniques of pruning, minimal
maintenance and winter protection. Proper pruning can prevent a
number of problems and ensure long life to your plants.
Explore 4 major topics, solve practical problems, consult with the experts and answer quizzes.
Complete Shrub Care contains:
250 pages of text; 175 photos, 180 illustrations; 170 plant files (including dimensions, leaves, soil, hardiness zones, maintenance, pruning, pests, diseases,
and winter protection); a 250 word glossary, a list of horticultural organizations, a bibliography, hardiness-zone maps, a search engine, a backtracking function, and a notepad to take personal notes and copy
data from the program.
Does your apple tree need light maintenance pruning or heavy pruning? Did you know that no more than 20 % of live branches should be removed at any one time?
Discover how to control the growth of your trees, which branches to prune, where to
cut and at what angle. Learn about the importance of sap-drawers, various cutting techniques based on the size and location of a branch, safety measures and ways to ensure proper healing. Find out the special pruning requirements of conifers and fruit trees, different types of pruning, and other tree care including fertilization, support and surgery.
7 modules to explore - 42 quizzes - 18 practical problems to analyze
The A-Z Tree Care contains:
350 pages of text; 225 photos and 120 illustrations; 70 tree files (including dimensions, leaves, soil type, hardiness zones, care, pruning and winter protection); a glossary, a bibliography, a list of horticultural organizations, 6 hardiness-zone maps, a search engine, a backtracking function, and a notepad to take personal notes and copy data from the program.
Both the Complete Shrub Care and the A-Z Tree Care software programs run on a Windows 3.1, Windows 95 or Macintosh system with a CD-ROM.
With Windows 95 the autorun feature plays the CD automatically, taking up no space on the hard drive.
They are also used in Colleges with Long-Distance Learning courses.
Both are available from: HORTIPEDIA Corporation Inc.
30 Pacifique Street E.,
Phone: (514) 534-1661
Fax: (514) 534-4462