David Deardorff is a plant pathologist and botanist. Kathryn Wadsworth is a garden writer and photographer; together, Kathryn and David present classes and workshops which focus on creating and maintaining gardens that sustain natural systems.
"This is an invaluable guide." --Publishers Weekly
"Beyond comprehensive yet straight forward information about basic cultural techniques regarding planting, pollination, and propagation, Deardorff and Wadsworth offer photographic snapshots that help growers recognize common problems, from environmental disorders to water-related mismanagement. . . . Both hobby and professional fruit growers may find this an essential resource." --Booklist "You can grow tasty, blemish-free fruits and nuts with much less work than you may think. . . . Well-organized and concise." --American Gardener "What's Wrong With My Fruit Garden? offers help for all kinds of fruit crises. What impressed us most is that the authors take an entirely organic approach." --Sunset