When something goes wrong in the vegetable garden, it can be hard to figure out the cause -- much less the solution. Problems can be caused by insects (some you may never even see), diseases, weather, nutrient deficiencies, and animals. You can spend hours researching online for the answer to your problem. Or you can have this book on your shelf. It offers a very concise troubleshooting guide to all the vegetables. It also provides sound advice about how to succeed with each vegetable — when to plant it, special techniques, soil and water preferences, seed starting and much more. Illustrated with abundant color photographs, this beautiful book is an excellent guide for beginning vegetable growers and a helpful problem-solving guide for more experienced gardeners.