Acknowledgments

Suzanne would like to thanks Ann Whitman for her incredible work on the first edition of this book. It was an honor, a pleasure, and a challenge to revise — and attempt to improve upon — a book that was so filled with useful information. A big round of applause goes to Tracy Barr, the project editor whose insights greatly improved the organization, clarity, and usability of the book. I'm in awe of the way she kept everyone and everything organized. Thanks, too, to Kathy Simpson, another editor who helped focus my wandering prose, and technical editor David King for scrutinizing the content. Finally, thank you to the National Gardening Association for the opportunity to write about organic gardening, a subject near and dear to my heart.

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