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Extractions: The following selected materials are in the collection of the Elisabeth C. Miller Horticulture Library and are available for use within the library by the general public. Catalog numbers indicate the location within the Miller Library and may differ from other library systems. Special thanks to the individuals and organizations who have contributed these materials to the library.
WSU Clark County Extension White River Junction, Vermont Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 1994. Solomon, Steve. Growing Organic Vegetables West of the Cascades. Seattle, Washington Pacific Search Press http://clark.wsu.edu/volunteer/mg/gm_tips/FallVeggies.html
Extractions: WSU Master Gardeners of Clark County Overview WSU Master Gardener Volunteer Education Program Working with Youth On the Road Tours ... Clark County Master Gardener Endowment If summer (that fleeting Pacific Northwest season sandwiched between months and months of overcast and drizzle, broken by the occasional ice storm) has finally arrived, can fall be far behind? It will be here before we know it. While lounging in your lawn chair, envision an abundant fall vegetable harvest. Then head to the garden and make it happen! Territorial and West Coast catalogs include planting charts that indicate optimum times for sowing specific vegetables. Territorial publishes a winter catalog and devotes a section of their online catalog to plants for winter gardening. Nichols Garden Nursery http://www.gardennursery.com
Vegetables Growing organic vegetables west of the Cascades / by Steve Solomon. Seattle, Wash. Pacific Search Press, c1985. Vegetable gardening Northwest Coast of North America. http://www.crescentmeadow.com/perma/biblio/vegetables.html
Extractions: Permaculture Bibliography Vegetables The information on this page is divided into two sections: an index to the bibliographic records and the bibliographic records themselves. The index entries consist of the author's name and the title of the work. Each entry in the index is a hyperlink to the corresponding bibliographic record. Both sections are arranged by author and title. Index [ Bibliographic records Bibliography home Best ideas for organic vegetable growing [compiled] by the staff of Organic gardening and farming magazine: J. I. Rodale, editor-in-chief [and others] Edited by Glenn F. Johns. Fresh food, dirt cheap (all year long) / by the editors of Organic gardening magazine. Getting the most from your garden, using advanced intensive gardening techniques / by the editors of Organic gardening magazine ; editor, Dan Wallace ; writers, Rich Kline ... [et al.] ; illustrator, Robin Dee Brickman. Gourmet gardening : 48 special vegetables you can grow for deliciously distinctive meals / by the editors of Organic gardening magazine ; edited by Anne Moyer Halpin ; ill. by Cynthia Hellyer. ... Year 'round garden / [by the editors of Organic gardening]. Alth, Max, 1927- How to farm your backyard the mulch-organic way / Max Alth.
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Extractions: @import url(/css/GalesMeadow.css); The first and most important requirement for success in vegetable gardening is good soil in a sunny spot. A vegetable garden needs full sun, ten hours a day in mid-summer. If you do not have a sunny spot in the yard, you may have a sunny deck or porch that can be used for containers. If you have too much shade, grow shade-loving flowers or shrubs in your yard and look for another place to grow vegetables. If your garden has been part of a lawn, you need to remove the grass. In the spring, it is not too hard to just dig under the sod and pull it up in pieces. (Pile the chucks of sod upside down and cover the pile with a tarp or with enough yard debris to exclude the light and it will turn into fabulous compost in about a year.) Then double dig. Here are some good instructions: http://www.wikihow.com/Double-Dig-a-Garden This is really hard work, but it only needs to be done once if the garden is well maintained. It is better to grow vegetables in a small plot that has been properly prepared than in a large plot of marginal quality. If your garden has been used for vegetables recently, it may only need a thorough weeding and light digging to incorporate some organic matter, such as your own compost, purchased composted manure, and/or peat moss. Every garden can produce its own compost. You can get a compost bin and accessories from Metro:
Organic Gardening Growing organic vegetables west of the Cascades / by Steve Solomon. Seattle, Wash. Pacific Search Press, c1985. Vegetable gardening Northwest Coast of North America. http://www.crescentmeadow.com/perma/biblio/organic_gardening.html
Extractions: Permaculture Bibliography Organic Gardening The information on this page is divided into two sections: an index to the bibliographic records and the bibliographic records themselves. The index entries consist of the author's name and the title of the work. Each entry in the index is a hyperlink to the corresponding bibliographic record. Both sections are arranged by author and title. Index [ Bibliographic records Bibliography home 300 of the most asked questions about organic gardening, answered by the editors of Organic gardening and farming magazine. Compiled and edited by Charles Gerras, with Joan Bingham, Joanne Moyer and Irene Somishka. Special editorial assistance by Betty Frederick. Best ideas for organic vegetable growing [compiled] by the staff of Organic gardening and farming magazine: J. I. Rodale, editor-in-chief [and others] Edited by Glenn F. Johns. Flowers / edited by Anne M. Halpin. Rodale's home gardening library Fresh food, dirt cheap (all year long) / by the editors of Organic gardening magazine. ... Year 'round garden / [by the editors of Organic gardening]. Abraham, George, 1915- Organic gardening under glass : fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals in the greenhouse / by George (Doc) and Katy Abraham [illustrations by Sally Onopa].
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WSU Clark County Extension Growing Organic Vegetables West of the Cascades. Seattle, WA Pacific Search Press, 1985. Thompson, Bob. The New Victory Garden. In The Victory Garden, the Essential Companion http://clark.wsu.edu/volunteer/mg/gm_tips/SweetCorn.html
Extractions: WSU Master Gardeners of Clark County Overview WSU Master Gardener Volunteer Education Program Working with Youth On the Road Tours ... Clark County Master Gardener Endowment Standard or Normal Sugary (su) Good for early sowing because it germinates in colder soils than other types of corn, old-fashioned sweet corn, whether open-pollinated or hybrid, begins declining in quality within an hour of being picked. Open-pollinated varieties allow for seed-saving, require less fertilization, but yield about half as much corn as hybrid varieties. Sugary Enhanced (se/SE) Refrigerated, tender, creamy-textured Sugary Enhanced corn stays sweet three to five days; its sugars do not convert to starch as quickly after picking as those of standard corn. Since cross-pollination has little effect on its sweetness, there is no need to isolate Sugary Enhanced corn from standard sweet corn varieties in the garden. Vigorous and easy to grow, this type of corn is recommended for beginners. There are two classes of Sugary Enhanced corn, one designated se and one designated SE. Super Sweet (sh2) Crisp-textured Super Sweet corn, which carries the shrunken-2 gene (sh2), has double the sugar content of standard sweet corn. It retains its sweetness up to ten days after harvest. High sugar content invites fungal attack, so it does not germinate well in cold soil. Isolation from other types of corn is necessary to avoid cross-pollination and the resulting woody, starchy kernels in the affected corn. Super Sweet corn is the best choice for gardeners who wish to freeze part of their corn harvest.
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