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    • 4-H Vegetable Gardening. Unit One--For Beginners 

      O'Dell, Charles R. (Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1978-03)
    • 4-H Vegetable Gardening. Unit One--For Beginners 

      O'Dell, Charles R. (Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1979-10)
    • Asparagus 

      Relf, Diane; McDaniel, Alan, 1948- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      This publication summarizes the environmental preferences, culture, cultural practices, common problems, harvesting and storage of asparagus.
    • Beans 

      Relf, Diane; McDaniel, Alan, 1948- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      This publication summarizes the environmental preferences, culture, cultural practices, common problems, harvesting and storage of beans.
    • Cole Crops or Brassicas 

      Relf, Diane; McDaniel, Alan, 1948- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      This publication summarizes the environmental preferences, culture, cultural practices, common problems, harvesting and storage of cole crops or brassicas.
    • Consumer horticulture program guide 

      Relf, Diane; Shelton, Joyce; Woods, R. Craig (Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1991)
      A list of resources on topics of interest to all Virginia gardeners.
    • Cucumbers, Melons and Squash 

      Relf, Diane; McDaniel, Alan, 1948- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      This publication summarizes the environmental preferences, culture, cultural practices, common problems, harvesting and storage of cucumbers, melons and squash.
    • Disease resistant vegetable cultivars for home and market 

      Lambe, Robert C.; Tolin, Sue Ann; Baldwin, Robert Edmund, 1931- (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Extension Division, 1987-06)
      Contains a list of vegetables and their susceptibility to common diseases.
    • Environmental horticulture guide to nutrient management 

      Virginia Cooperative Extension (Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1999)
      Provides tips for nutrient management of lawns and gardens.
    • Exploring the World of Plants and Soils. Project Book 1, It's More Than Just Dirt 

      DeMarco, Laurie W.; Jamison, Kathleen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014)
      This project encourages youth to look at environmental and internal factors that affect plant growth.
    • Exploring the World of Plants and Soils. Project Book 2, Stems and Stamens 

      DeMarco, Laurie W.; Jamison, Kathleen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014)
      In this project youth will learn about plant life cycles, plant reproduction, and the different parts of plants.
    • Exploring the World of Plants and Soils. Project Book 3, Sprouting Out and Growing Up 

      DeMarco, Laurie W.; Jamison, Kathleen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014)
      This project teaches youth how seeds germinate and plants grow.
    • Fall Vegetable Gardening 

      Relf, Diane (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      This publication reviews the following steps for successful fall vegetable gardening: planting and care for a fall harvest, preparing soil for winter, and care of garden equipment.
    • Fertilizing the garden 

      Relf, Diane; McDaniel, Alan, 1948- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 1999)
      Describes various types of fertilizers and nutrient requirements of common vegetables.
    • Fertilizing the Vegetable Garden 

      Relf, Diane; McDaniel, Alan, 1948-; Donohue, Stephen J. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      The best way to determine fertilizer needs is to have the soil tested. This publication gives the reader advice on ways to understand fertilizers, application methods, and timing of fertilizer application.
    • Gardening and Your Health. Arthritis 

      Predny, Mary Lorraine (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      For individuals suffering from arthritis, gardening can be a great exercise and stress reducer when done correctly. In fact, gardening is an excellent activity for maintaining joint flexibility, range of motion, and quality ...
    • Gardening and Your Health. Carpal Tunnel 

      Appleton, Bonnie Lee, 1948-2012; Predny, Mary Lorraine (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Gardening with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) can be very difficult, especially when a long day of shoveling, raking, or weed pulling leaves you with a painful or "tingling" hand or wrist. This publication reviews the aches ...
    • Gardening and Your Health. Plant Allergies 

      Predny, Mary Lorraine (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Allergic reactions are caused by an overactive immune system response to a foreign substance such as pollen, dust, or molds. This publication goes over the common plants that cause allergies and ways to prevent allergies ...
    • Gardening and Your Health. Power Tool Safety 

      Hetzel, Glen Hayward; Relf, Diane; Predny, Mary Lorraine (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Many homeowners use power tools to shape and maintain their landscape, including lawn mowers, chain saws, string trimmers, leaf blowers, and chipper/shredders. Accidents and injuries that occur while gardening with power ...
    • Gardening and Your Health. Protecting Your Hands and Feet 

      Appleton, Bonnie Lee, 1948-2012; Predny, Mary Lorraine (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      The skin on hands and feet is like most ornamental plants. Neither likes the extremes of being dried out or kept too wet. Treat skin as tenderly as the most sensitive plants and safeguard your horticultural health.