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Links and Reviews for Taste of Gardening

The following 20 sites have linked to our Taste of Gardening website. Links to commercial products or enterprises do not constitute endorsement by University of Illinois Extension.


The Garden Link
http://www.thegardenlink.com/html/links/plants/links_vegetables.htm
"From the University of Illinois Extension Service. This gardening basics series discusses composting, disease control, growing transplants, harvesting vegetables, and herbs. This is a great site to visit."

Brigham Young University Broadcasting - How to Plan and Plant a Garden
http://www.byub.org/homegrown/episodes/plant_garden.asp

ByteCenter Network
http://computers.bytecenter-network.com/scripts-bin/directory.php?cid=7988&username=jameno123
"Discussing composting, disease control, growing transplants, harvesting vegetables and herbs."

Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library - Library's Recommended Websites - Gardening
http://www.cclslib.org/portville/new_page_1.htm

CNN.com - Instant Herbs -- The Non-Gardener's Guide - Related Sites
http://www.cnn.com/2000/FOOD/news/04/25/herb.garden/

El Dorado County Library - What's Hot on the Internet -
http://www.eldoradolibrary.org/el090126.htm
"Here's a great resource for learning the basics of gardening."

Keywen.com
http://keywen.com/en/Home/Cooking/Fruits_and_Vegetables/Rutabagas

KidsKonnect.com
http://www.kidskonnect.com/Gardens/GardenHome.html

Librarians' Internet Index
http://lii.org/pub/subtopic/2396
"This series on gardening basics features sections on garden planning, planting, growing transplants (planting dates for Chicago area only), composting, insect and disease control, herbs, and harvesting and storing vegetables. Includes handy charts describing how and when to harvest vegetables and herbs, and simple diagrams of a compost pile and vegetable storage systems. From the University of Illinois Extension."

Librarians' Internet Index
http://lii.org/pub/subtopic/5247
"This series on gardening basics features sections on garden planning, planting, growing transplants (planting dates for Chicago area only), composting, insect and disease control, herbs, and harvesting and storing vegetables. Includes handy charts describing how and when to harvest vegetables and herbs, and simple diagrams of a compost pile and vegetable storage systems. From the University of Illinois Extension."

Look Smart Furl
http://www.furl.net/furled.jsp?topic=home+and+garden

Master Garden Products
http://mastergardenproducts.com/gardenerscorner/gardeningbasic.htm

Master Garden Products
http://www.mastergardenproducts.com/gardenerscorner/gardeningbasic.htm

Ohio State Extension - Farming Links
http://www.ag.ohio-state.edu/~ockfood/links/Farming.htm

Portville Library - Recommended Websites
http://www.cclslib.org/portville/new_page_1.htm

The Teaching Home
http://www.teachinghome.com/newsletters/vol_2-no_117.cfm

The Teaching Home
http://teachinghome.com/newsletters/vol_2-no_117.cfm

Tomato Gardening Guru - Growing Killer Tomatoes
http://www.tomatogardeningguru.com/

William Carey International University - Latourette Library Internet Research Links
http://library.wciu.edu/links/tags.php/herbs

Wirutalna Polska
http://wirtualna-polska.pl/index.pl?base=%2FHome%2FGardening%2FPlants%2FVegetables%2F
"Discussing composting, disease control, growing transplants, harvesting vegetables and herbs."

 

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