K-State has filled the Kansas gardening knowledge gap with a weekly newsletter packed with useful and timely information that gardeners of all stripes will appreciate.
For minor to moderate insect problems, there is one pest-control solution that works every time: hand-picking the bugs.
Fruits, vegetables, herbs, ornamental plants—it’s all here, along with a diverse array of natural gardening tips and techniques.
The possibilities of a fresh, homegrown tomato are nearly endless. The simplest uses, such as sandwich toppings, are by far the best.
Pests are a major problem with winter squash and pumpkins. To avoid infestation, you will have to be extremely proactive.
If you have never planted a garden before, you may still be hunting for resources. We’ve pulled together a short list of posts, links, and books to help you out.
Summer squash is not terribly demanding. A thick mulch and generous watering will keep it producing well—maybe a little too well!
Radishes are very easy to grow if treated with reasonable consideration.
Sweet peppers are extremely versatile. Hot peppers can be put to a number of uses, as well.
Shell peas are one of the garden’s most delicious vegetable offerings. Their season passes all too quickly.