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Pacific Northwest Home Gardener
- A source of gardening information, fact sheets, techniques, tips and books for the Pacific Northwest gardeners.
- Organic gardening information including recipes and crafts.
- Links, magazines, and books for the gardener.
Steve's Garden Pest Workshop
- Steve's Garden Pest Workshop is a discussion on how to use ecological principles to manage pests in your organic garden.
The Birthplace of Organic Gardening
- The birthplace of organic gardening. Information on the histories of Oxerfield and The Soil Association.
The Future is Abundant
- A guide to sustainable agriculture on the farm and in the home garden. Many excerpts from the book of the same name.
The Garden Spot by Mort Mather
- Organic gardening tips, advice, and articles by organic farmer and author Mort Mather. Includes E-mail Q&A.
The Gardener's Companion
- Gardening articles of seasonal interest from The Old Farmer's Almanac
The Good Earth - Organic Gardening in Northern Ireland
- Includes tips, photos, and a planting calendar.
The Gourmet Garden Column
- A weekly gardening/cooking column. Tips from a chef and organic gardner.
The Invisible Gardener's Natural Pest Control Center
- Specializing in organic solutions to pest and disease control. Also offering fee-based online classes.
The Microbe Zoo
- An educational resource about ecology and microbiology.
The Natural Gardener
- Organic gardening information presented by the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
The Organic Vegetable Gardening Guru
- Hands-on guide to organic vegetable gardening.
The Vegetable Patch
- Offering useful fact sheets about how to grow various vegetables, companion planting advice and articles on other topics of interest to the organic gardener.
Understanding the Soil
- Learn about soil composition and the biological processes occurring within the soil.
Urban Wildlife Garden Site
- How to set up an urban wildlife garden, written by Stuart Etheridge from London, UK. Personal page.
Uses of humus
- Use Humus as food or as gardening soil, fertilizer and decorative covering in and around flowers and bushes as well as to improve the richness and quality of soil.
Vegetable Gardening in Tropical Australia
- Fact sheets on growing most common garden vegetables organically in a sub tropical to tropical environment. Written for Australian condition, universally applicable to similar climatic zones.
WSU Master Gardener: Stewardship Gardening
- Organic gardening information from the Washington State University co-op.
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