Above-ground gardening offers access for gardeners of all ages and abilities. This publication highlights key considerations for raised beds and containers, including construction, selection, soil, planting, and irrigation.
This detailed publication covers all the fundamentals of vegetable gardening, including plant selection, management and harvesting, to help home gardeners be successful.
Want to maximize your garden’s productivity and minimize potential crop problems? This publication will walk you through the basics of the most common crops grown in community gardens.
This detailed publication is packed with practical information for organic and conventional growers of cole crops, including broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, kale and kohlrabi.
This detailed publication provides practical information for organic and conventional growers of root crops including carrots, radishes, beets, parsnips, rutabagas, and turnips.
This pulication has detailed information for growers of vine crops such as pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, gourds and squash, including selecting, planting, managing and harvesting in Wisconsin.
While cultural methods are the preferred options for disease management in vegetable gardens, fungicide treatments are also an option. This guide identifies some of the common, and most suitable, fungicides.
Nothing tastes quite like a salad fresh from your own garden. Lettuce, and many other salad greens, are very easy to grow. Learn more about growing salad greens in a home garden or container in this article…
Growing vegetables from seed is common for many home gardeners, but seed can sometimes be contaminated with disease-causing organisms. Learn about hot water seed treatment to reduce pathogens in this guide.
Environmental factors can affect the look, and sometimes flavor of tomatoes. This publication covers disorders including blossom end rot, blotchy ripening, catfacing, cracking, puffiness and sunscald.
Learn how to make the most of your garden. Features tips for setting up and planting raised beds, including wheelchair access.
This 24-page publication is packed with practical information for organic and conventional growers of these popular garden crops, and is tailored to Wisconsin’s growing conditions.