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Master Gardeners: Vegetables
Resource guide for Kentucky Extension Master Gardeners and the community.
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This publication provides information on the Plans and Preparations, Planting, Growing More with Less Space, One Garden Plot: Three Garden Seasons, Caring for Your Vegetables During the Growing Season, Diseases, Insects and Weeds, Storing Vegetables, What You Should Know about Asparagus through Watermelons.
This extension publication provides introductory information on garlic as well as information on marketing, marketing outlook, production considerations, economic considerations, and further resources.
Provides an introduction to vegetable production as well as information on general production, insect management, weed & disease management, asparagus, beans, cole crops, sweet corn, eggplant, greens, okra, onions, peas, peppers, potatoes, rhubarb, root crops, southern peas, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and vining crops.
This manual is the result of efforts of the University of Kentucky Vegetable IPM team and provides information on Physiological and Nutritional Disorders, Insect Pests, Diseases, and Chemical Injuries.
This manual is the result of efforts of the University of Kentucky Vegetable IPM team and provides information on Physiological and Nutritional Disorders, Insect Pests, Diseases, and Herbicide Injury to corn.