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Gardening resources
Gardening resources Your portal to gardening information at Cornell.

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Local gardening info?
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Contact your local Cornell Cooperative Extension office.

Not from NY?
Contact your state's Coop. Extension Service.

Northeast gardeners:
The Home and Garden Information Center at the U. of Md. runs an online IPM 'hotline' for gardeners.

Commercial horticulture info at the Dept. of Horticulture. Or check out
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Soil & composting
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Skip Spring 'Weed and Feed First in a series of lawn myth-busting articles by turf specialist Frank Rossi.

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Garden-based learning
Resources for children and youth educators.

Master Gardener Volunteer Program

Life-long learning

Gardening factsheets

Community gardening

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Garden podcasts from North Country Public Radio featuring horticulturist Amy Ivy, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Essex and Clinton Counties. Most recent episode:

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