Woman Sues City Of Tulsa For Cutting Down Her Edible Garden
by: Lori Fullbright
Denise Morrison said she has more than 100 plant varieties in her front and back yards and all of them are edible and have a purpose.
75 years ago: Residents took up Victory Gardening during WWII
by: Ellen Knight
WINCHESTER – 75 years ago, events were put in motion that led ultimately, one year later, to a little known battle on the World War II home front - the
Master Gardener: Keyhole gardens could be ticket to success
by: Allen Robinson Ask a Master Gardener
Over the years, I have heard the term “keyhole gardening” from time to time but don’t know anything about it. Is it better than regular gardening? Tom A., Jenks
Gardening Alternatives to Pesticides - GotScience.org
How can we both protect our plants from pests and keep an animal-friendly garden?
5 Tips for Vegetable Gardening in the Pacific Northwest
As a home gardener for the past 26 years, I’ve learned much when it comes to growing vegetables — and I have been deeply satisfied by the opportunity to grow nutritious food for my family. However, it can be a definite challenge to grow veggies like those found in your local market — especially in our fickle Pacific Northwest climate.
Missouri, Arkansas Ban Dicamba Use
Continued complaints over crop damage due to drift have led to Missouri and Arkansas temporarily banning the sale and use of dicamba products.
Heirlooms, Hybrids, and GMOs: What they are and why you should care. - You Should Grow
When we sold our produce at market, I loved talking with my customers about our produce. One of the questions that was asked most frequently was whether we sold heirloom or hybrid tomatoes.
In the Garden: 11 tips for your vegetable garden | News-Gazette.com
By GRANT McCARTYI was recently asked if it was too late to start summer vegetables. Starting a vegetable garden and container gardening is quite easy, and if all goes according to plan with warm weather and necessary rain, you'll be on a path toward success.
How to Grow Tomatoes Indoors
Depending on where you live, the cold winter will kill off any tomato plants you have growing in your garden. Thankfully, you can grow tomato plants indoors all year round!