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Vegetable Garden Basics is about helping the beginner to get started and easily learn the basics of how to grow vegetables. Basic guides on planning, design, sowing, planting and problem solving are covered.

Cornell Plant Pathology Vegetable Disease Web Page. Vegetable MD Online was developed to provide access to the many Vegetable Disease Fact Sheets produced over the years by Media Services at Cornell. The addition of color photographs enhances the use of these sheets for plant disease diagnosis.

Vegetable Gardening Online Newsletter offers indoor and outdoor vegetable gardening solutions.

Home Vegetable Gardening Detailed information from North Carolina State University, including a visual garden plan, planting calendar, and much more.

Frequently Asked Vegetable Questions University of Missouri Extension Alphabetized list of vegetables with frequently asked gardening questions.

The Vegetable Patch A Veggie Blog

Essentiai Gardening Guide Everything you need to know about backyard gardening, including planting, caring for and harvesting your vegetable garden.

Vegetable Garden Harvest Organic Herb and Vegetable growing information to increase the harvest of your vegetable garden, and grow beneficial herbs.

How stuff works Potatoes Four articles on Potatoes 1. Potatoes Description 2. Growing Potatoes 3. Selecting Potatoes 4. Health Benefits of Potatoes

All-America Selections (AAS) All of these garden seed varieties have been tested by a network of independent judges at test gardens all over the US.

Growing Vegetables in Containers from Cornell Cooperative Extension

Organic Vegetable Gardening- A new, fresh looking, friendly site aimed at helping you, the gardener, grow wonderful fresh, tasty vegetables and fruit.

All about Square Foot Gardening Dedicated to Intensive Gardening Easy Steps To Square Foot Garden Success Its really not hard to set up a Square Foot Garden with these helpful hints.

Mulches for the Home Vegetable Garden  Mulching is a practice adaptable to nearly all home gardens. To mulch is simply to cover the soil around plants with a protective material, organic or inorganic.

Fertilizing Vegetable Garden Soils, HYG-1601-92 Among the necessary plant nutrients arecarbon, hydrogen and oxygen, available from the atmosphere and from water; and nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium,

Planting by the Moon May the Force be with you while sowing seeds, mowing the lawn, pruning roses, composting, watering and more!

A Pumpkin Time of Year Ahh, Fall! It's a pumpkin's favorite time of year. Everything about the season makes a pumpkin glow brightly. Big pumpkins, small pumpkins, matter of fact..all pumpkins are glowing just about everywhere you look.As a pumpkin lover, it's your favorite time of year, too. Are you glowing? We thought so.

This site has tips for becoming a vegetarian, information on specific vegetables, some suggested recipes, and cooking lessons. Detailed information on nutrition discusses proteins, carbohydrates, dietary fibre, fats & oils, vitamins and minerals. The trickiest goal is to meet the protein, vitamin and mineral requirements.

Farm and Garden This is there vegetable page it will tell you how to grow each individual vegetable.

Mr. Tomato Ltd.  garden tips and products that promote early growth of tomatoes, healthy houseplants, begonias, and more.

Homestead Harvest "Preserving the Garden", where each month you'll discover unknown gardening tips, organic remedies for pest and disease control, canning recipes, plant profiles, current sales, and more. 

The horticulturists at the Louisiana Ag Center have put together this helpful online publication called Grow Tomatoes in the Garden. It includes a useful and up-to-date listing of varieties, as well as tips on proper planting, staking, caging, fertilizing, and pest management. All in all, it is a very useful resource for southern gardeners.

Farmer Brown based on the Square Foot Gardening System, a great system using less space and for a person with limited time.

Food for Everyone Foundation We are a Foundation dedicated to teaching the best vegetable gardening techniques and procedures, with experience worldwide in 29 countries. We have free training, tips and techniques, as well as gardening books and CD's for sale.

Vegetable Gardening Club. This web site has been set up to encourage new gardeners and for the more experienced vegetable grower, to learn and discuss tips and tricks of vegetable gardening.

The Gardener's Nework Contains guides on how to garden with various vegetables.

Boulder Vegetable Rights Association Patch Home Page

Vegetable Technology Featured vegatable crops include: angled gourd (Luffa acutangula), bitter gourd (Momordica charantia), brinjal (Solanum melongena), chilly (Capsicum annuum), Chinese mustard (Brassica sp.), cucumber (Cucumis sativus), French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), long bean (Vigna sinensis), okra (Abelmoschus esculentus), spinach (Amaranthus) sp., tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum), water convolvulus (Ipomea reptans), and assorted vegetables. For each there is a myriad of information including: general information, botanical descriptions, recommended cultivars, crop requirements, cultural practices, pest management, harvest & handling, economics.

Rhubarb Compendium This is a clever and complete site on rhubarb including its uses, botany, distribution, propagation, forcing, recipes, even toxicity in green leaves. A nice, visual site, this contains quite a bit of information on Rheum rhabarbarum and the other closely related species known as rhubarb.

Vegetable MD Online Vegetable Disease Fact Sheets produced over the years by Media Services at Cornell. Diseases are listed by crop and accompanied by a photo gallery, news articles & disease alerts, a commercial vegetable guideline's diagnostic key, a glossary of plant pathology terms, vegetable IPM links, other vegetable links and a plant disease clinic. Site by the Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University and the New York State Agricultural Experiment

Home Grown Tomatoes Features interactive garden plan, journal, photos, links, and message board.

Pumpkin NookThe internet authority on pumpkins, including how to grow, facts and information, Halloween, Thanksgiving, pumpkin cookbook, fun and games and much more

The Vegetable Patch Ensure success when growing your own veggies! Check out The Vegetable Patch. Here you'll find an abundance of tips and advice covering organic growing, creating a 'no-dig' garden, companion planting, crop rotation and much much more. For those who are renting, living in an apartment, or just plain out of space - make sure you don't miss the article on container gardening.

Vegetable/Herb Information Leaflets from NC State University all in PDFformat.

Fruit & Vegetables factsheets from Delaware Cooperative Extension.

Harvesting vegetables (A-F)From the University of Saskatchewan

Harvesting vegetables (G-T)  

Vegetable Variety Selection for Pennsylvania

2000 Ohio Vegetable Production Guide Oriental vegetable production guide from Ohio State U. A much underrated and ignored market for growers is the oriental vegetable market. Persons of oriental background consume up to 5 times as much vegetables as others of different ethnicity.

Heirloom Vegetable Gardener's Assistant" Heirloom vegetables--those old, open-pollinated varieties that have stood the test of time--have become popular all over again, and for good reason. The best of them are among the finest vegetables ever known. Heirlooms are living artifacts. Popular in living history exhibits, these old-time varieties offer a glimpse of life in earlier times. Heirlooms are also a reservoir of genetic diversity. Traits encoded in their DNA may someday prove critical to feeding the world.

Canberra (Australia) Organic Growers Society

Companion Plants A list of antagonists and companions for flowers, veggie and herb gardens.

Herb Companions in Garden and Kitchen Useful culinary herbs and their pest deterring properties from the Old Farmer's Almanac.

The Pumpkin Nook:devoted to recording everything about pumpking growing.

Unofficial World Class Giant Pumpkin You won't believe the size of these pumpkins!

Atlantic Giant Pumpkins

The Corn Growers Guidebook The objective of the Corn Growers Guidebook (CGG) is to offer a Web-based encyclopedia of knowledge about the production, marketing and usage of corn in North America. The CGG includes the latest technology and information from major agricultural universities, governmental agencies, corn grower organizations and agricultural industries across Canada and the United States. If we're doing our job correctly, the CGG should become your one-stop shop for all of your corn questions. >Watch your garden grow a guide to growing storing and preparing vegetables from the University of Illnois

Watch Your Garden Grow A guide to growing, storing and preparing vegetables.

Vegetable Gardens of the Columbia Basin of Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon. Here you will find vegetable culture, food preservation, and self-sufficiency discussed from the soil up and more.

Mushroom Heaven

North American Mycological Associationis an organization of individuals, families and local clubs dedictedto the study and enjoyment of mushrooms

The Great Mexican ChileThe chile is one of the attributes that identify the Mexican culture.

California Fresh Tomatoes a Consumer's guide to Tomato recepes, Facts & Fun, also tips & topics for foodservice professionals & Retailers

Canberra Organic Growers' Society Inc Companion Planting

Square Foot Gardening Much of the information for this pages comes from members of the

Seeds of Hope Harvest of Pride A newsletter for Community Vegetable Gardeners

Edible Landscaping Index

Growing Vegetables In The Home Garden A informative article from the US Dept. of agriculture

Vegetable Gardening Handbook Veggie gardening from a-z. Info on individual vegetables, soil, planting--everything.

Winter Vegetable Gardeningwith a slant towards the Maritime Pacific Northwest.

Starting seeds FAQ regarding seeds and transplants

Fall Gardening by Jerry Parsons, Professor and Extension Horticulturist, San Antonio and Larry Stein, Associate
Professor and Extension Horticulturist, Uvalde

B's Cucumber Page

Bushfood Links This is a unique site it lists links to sites relevant to australian bush foods i.e. food plants that are native to australia (like macadamias).

Vegetable Gardens This is one of The Mining Company sites run by Havi Hoffman. Weekly articles and lots of information.

Vegetable Gardens of the Columbia Basin A vegetable gardening website for the semi-arid Columbia Basin in South Central Washington State. Also applicable to other semi-arid zone 6 and zone 7 locations.

A Grandmother's Garden Articles and links and growing tips and images on heirloom flowers & Vegetables

Weed Control in Vegetable Gardens

This is Broccoli!!

Broccoli Website

Broccoli Town, USA This has it all, Nutrition Facts, Clipart, Cookbook, History and Trivia.

Carrots FAQ

Chiles and Tomatos

This Page Stinks! - Garlic

Vegetable Crops Vegetable cultivation information, vegetable newsletters from Penn Stat U.

Vegetables Many articles on gowing vegetables..some you can't find elsewhere, Asparagus, Garden Peas, Horseradish, Pepers and more.

Tomato Questions - Cornell University

Vegetable Information From Amaranth -Watermelon. From Tx

The Maize Page