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

Benton Harbor Fruit Market Blog - Home Preservation: Cucumber, Summer Squash, and Green Beans
"The University of Illinois hosts a great website on home gardening that includes basic vegetable information, recipes, and other tips. I have included some preservation techniques from this site below."

Chicago Tribune - Chicago Gardener - Advice on Vegetable Problems
"OK, we haven't even sowed most of the seeds yet, but the University of Illinois Extension has a helpful site on vegetable-growing problems (including pictures of bugs)."

Chicago Tribune - Chicago Gardener Blog - Advice on Vegetable Problems
"University of Illinois Extension has a helpful new site on vegetable-growing problems (including pictures of bugs)."

Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Gardener Blog - Advise on Vegetable Problems
"OK, we haven't even sowed most of the seeds yet, but the University of Illinois Extension has a helpful new site on vegetable-growing problems (including pictures of bugs)"

Chicago Tribune Blog - Chicago Gardener - Why Aren't Her Tomatoes Sweet?

Gloucester Community Gardens - Links

I Can Garden.com - Troubleshooting Vegetables

I Can Garden.com - Troubleshooting Vegetables

ICanGarden.com
"Wondering what's causing that rusty look on your asparagus or what's chewing on your beans or what's hopping on the leaves of your carrot plants? University of Illinois Extension may have the answers to these and other questions at a new website, Common Problems for Vegetable Crops http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/vegproblems/ Available in both English and Spanish, the new site, part of U of I Extension's Hort Corner collection, was developed by James Schuster and Maurice Ogutu, two Extension horticulture educators. "This website can be extremely helpful to the home gardener who wants to keep ahead of insect and disease problems," said Jane Scherer, U of I Extension urban programs specialist who also oversees website development. "It's organized in an easy-to-use fashion and the information is up-to-date and research-based." Users can browse by problem or by vegetable. * By problem, the website features groups on common insect problems, common disease problems, and other common problems. * Browsing by vegetable, users are able to pick common insect and common disease problems under each vegetable species, ranging from asparagus to tomato."

ICanGarden.com
"Wondering what's causing that rusty look on your asparagus or what's chewing on your beans or what's hopping on the leaves of your carrot plants? University of Illinois Extension may have the answers to these and other questions at a new website, Common Problems for Vegetable Crops http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/vegproblems/ Available in both English and Spanish, the new site, part of U of I Extension's Hort Corner collection, was developed by James Schuster and Maurice Ogutu, two Extension horticulture educators. "This website can be extremely helpful to the home gardener who wants to keep ahead of insect and disease problems," said Jane Scherer, U of I Extension urban programs specialist who also oversees website development. "It's organized in an easy-to-use fashion and the information is up-to-date and research-based." Users can browse by problem or by vegetable. * By problem, the website features groups on common insect problems, common disease problems, and other common problems. * Browsing by vegetable, users are able to pick common insect and common disease problems under each vegetable species, ranging from asparagus to tomato."

ICanGarden.com
"Wondering what's causing that rusty look on your asparagus or what's chewing on your beans or what's hopping on the leaves of your carrot plants? University of Illinois Extension may have the answers to these and other questions at a new website, Common Problems for Vegetable Crops http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/vegproblems/ Available in both English and Spanish, the new site, part of U of I Extension's Hort Corner collection, was developed by James Schuster and Maurice Ogutu, two Extension horticulture educators. "This website can be extremely helpful to the home gardener who wants to keep ahead of insect and disease problems," said Jane Scherer, U of I Extension urban programs specialist who also oversees website development. "It's organized in an easy-to-use fashion and the information is up-to-date and research-based." Users can browse by problem or by vegetable. * By problem, the website features groups on common insect problems, common disease problems, and other common problems. * Browsing by vegetable, users are able to pick common insect and common disease problems under each vegetable species, ranging from asparagus to tomato."

National Pesticide Information Center - Fact Sheets on Pests

National Pesticide Information Center - Fact Sheets on Pests in Your Area

Perhaps Blog - Catface

The Chicago Gardener - A Chicago Tribune Blog - Vegetable Gardeners, Can You Help this Tomato Grower

The Garden Plot Blog - All the Good Weeders are Gone

The Southern Illinoisan Links to Learn More

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension - Horticulture - Sunscald

University of Wisconsin - Department of Astronomy - Ella Braden - Interests - Gardening
"Great info about growing, storing and preserving all sorts of fruits and veggies."

UNL Extension Horticulture - Healing Landscapes, Healthy Crops, and a Safe Environment - Sunscald

 

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