Vegetable Gardening

Gardeners are encouraged to help fellow community members access healthier food
Plant a Row or Grow a Row initiatives exist in different forms and under various names nationwide. It is an effective and hands-on way to increase the... Learn More
A Question of the Week
Even if choosing slow-release sources of Nitrogen and Potassium, fertilizer should be applied in the spring. In most New Hampshire soils, amendments c... Learn More
If you are a new high tunnel producer ( Learn More
“Tarping in the Northeast: A Guide for Small Farms” provides the most up-to-date information on an emerging practice of tarping — applying reusable ta... Learn More
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners Learn More
Group receives Volunteer Service Award for empowering the community through gardening
In Littleton, New Hampshire, volunteers and Master Gardeners alike come from all over to help sustain a garden at the Daughters of the Charity of the ... Learn More
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners Learn More
We’re hosting a webinar for vegetable growers dealing with cutworm issues in cool-season production, December 1st 12-1pm.  Learn More
A Question of the Week
Is it worthwhile to purchase and release praying mantids into the garden? Probably not. Despite being voracious and deadly predators, praying mantids ... Learn More
Becky Sideman talks season extension and overwintering veggies, Emma Erler answers a question about winter sowing and frost seeding, and Nate Bernitz shares tips for putting the garden to bed.
Becky Sideman talks season extension and overwintering veggies, Emma Erler answers a question about winter sowing and frost seeding, and Nate Bernitz ... Learn More