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Watch for Rot on Tomatoes and Zucchini |

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A guide to growing, preparing and preserving vegetables from the University of Illinois Extension
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Watch Your Garden Grow

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Learn how to plan, plant and care for your vegetable garden.

 

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Chefs, Breeders Pair up to Produce Tastier Veggies

Chefs, Breeders Pair up to Produce Tastier Veggies | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
There's a good chance that many of the suddenly trendy vegetables that foodies latch on to in the next decade will benefit from research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While plant breeders at many public universities focus on improving field corn, soybeans and other crops used in...
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Yard and Garden: Get the Most from Your Home Potato Growing Experience

Yard and Garden: Get the Most from Your Home Potato Growing Experience | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Potatoes are versatile plants and  can be used in many ways when grown in the home garden. There’s a lot to know about how to grow and store them properly, however. Here are some tips from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach on ways to maximize the potato experience, with help from ISU Extension and Outreach horticulturists.
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Mighty Onions | NYBG

Mighty Onions | NYBG | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it

You will notice that onions are listed as three separate growing types: short-day, intermediate, and long-day varieties.

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Ask Extension: Get Answers for your Gardening Questions

Ask Extension: Get Answers for your Gardening Questions | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
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Master Gardener: Fruits & veggies worth trying in 2014

Master Gardener: Fruits & veggies worth trying in 2014 | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Whether it is new to the industry or just new to you, it is always fun to try something different in the vegetable garden.  Keep an eye out for these and other new plant introductions this spring.
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In Florida, A Turf War Blooms Over Front-Yard Vegetable Gardening

In Florida, A Turf War Blooms Over Front-Yard Vegetable Gardening | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
A woman in Miami Shores is suing after her town insisted she remove vegetables from her garden.
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Radishes get tryout as runoff fighters in Baltimore lot

Radishes get tryout as runoff fighters in Baltimore lot | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
In the growing struggle to curb stormwater pollution fouling urban streams and the Chesapeake Bay, one of the most promising tools could turn out to be the humble radish. On a vacant lot in...
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TomTato lives! Frankensteinian plant grows both tomatoes and potatoes

TomTato lives! Frankensteinian plant grows both tomatoes and potatoes | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Britons are booking orders for a double-crop wonderplant called the TomTato, that puts out cherry tomatoes on the vine, while growing...
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Using Ornamental Vegetables for Late Season Color

U of I Extension horticulturist Greg Stack discusses how you can use vegetables like bok choy and kale to add cool season color to your garden and containers.

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Watch for Rot on Tomatoes and Zucchini |

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Watch for Squash bugs in the garden

Watch for Squash bugs in  the garden | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Adult squash bugs are somewhat flattened, large insects, measuring 5/8 inch long and 1/3 inch wide. They are usually dark gray to dark brown.
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Ripening peppers bring a 'heat wave'

Ripening peppers bring a 'heat wave' | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
So, how hot is it? No, not the weather. Franklin County Master Gardener Carol Kagan explains the Scoville Scale, which measures levels of heat found in hot peppers, or chilies: Your taste buds are craving salsa and its time to check the peppers...
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From Poison to Passion: The Secret History of the Tomato

From Poison to Passion: The Secret History of the Tomato | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Before tomatoes became America's sweetheart, they were seen as watery, tough and possibly poisonous.
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Slice into a tomato, the juicy icon of summer

Slice into a tomato, the juicy icon of summer | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it

Tomato growers can be stubbornly protective — first of young plants, then of delicate vines and eventually of tender ripening fruit. And they measure success as only true tomato lovers do — by the ultimate yardstick of taste.

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Yard and Garden: Planting Rhubarb

Yard and Garden: Planting Rhubarb | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
AMES, Iowa — Rhubarb, classed as a vegetable, is used as a fruit because its high acidity gives it a tart flavor. Iowa State University horticulturists make rhubarb planting recommendations for gardeners planting their first rhubarb patch and those maintaining an established planting.
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Grow Cool Weather Edibles this Spring

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The thermometer is slowly inching up, and there's a little more sunlight every day, and that means one thing to gardeners: It's time to think about seed sowing.
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Illinois Vegetable Garden Guide: Growing Onions

Illinois Vegetable Garden Guide: Growing Onions | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it

The easiest and surest way to grow good onions, either green or dry, is to use sets. Sets are small onions, less than an inch in diameter, that were grown from seed the previous year.

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World's hottest pepper is grown in South Carolina

World's hottest pepper is grown in South Carolina | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Ed Currie's record-breaking peppers pack heat nearly as potent as pepper spray
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Grow Food Indoors This Winter

Grow Food Indoors This Winter | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it

Many of us have vegetable gardens that provide us with delicious, fresh produce all summer long, but do you also grow food indoors in the winter?

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Versatile sweet potato not just for the Thanksgiving Day table

Versatile sweet potato not just for the Thanksgiving Day table | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it

Sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas, is a very versatile food crop," said Jennifer Fishburn. "Despite its name, it is not related to the Irish potato. The sweet potato is a true root, while an Irish potato is a tuber (an underground stem).

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How To Save Tomato Seeds

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A pictorial on how to save seeds from heirloom and heritage tomatoes you grow in your garden.
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Healthy Recipe: Stuffed Green Peppers

Healthy Recipe: Stuffed Green Peppers | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
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Preserving Fruits and Vegetables

Preserving Fruits and Vegetables | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
Research-based education on food preservation, preparing, and cooking: canning, freezing, drying, pickling, jams and jellies, safe meals, storage, fruits, vegetables and herbs, tomatoes and salsa, meat and fish, and eggs and dairy.
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What's wrong with my veggies?

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What's Wrong With My Plant?
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Suggested Vegetable Varieties for the Home Garden

Suggested Vegetable Varieties for the Home Garden | Vegetable Gardening Resources | Scoop.it
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