Cornell University’s Cooperative Extension and Dept. of Horticulture offers in-depth, research-based information on all aspects of home gardening from lawns to fruit trees. Learn more at their Garden-Based Learning pages or go directly to their Garden page.
Categories of resources by topic are listed below. Learn more about gardening in each of these categories by choosing one of the links. If you wish to speak to someone about a gardening question, please call the Extension Office at 518-962-4810 or email the Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator, Linda Gillilland at email@example.com. You will also find Master Garden Volunteers at some farmers’ markets and libraries during the summer.
Get The Most Out of Your Vegetable Garden Soil Test Report
How to Take a Soil Sample
Calculators National Gardening Association – for lowering soil pH, etc.
Calculator List with links to different calculators
Selected List of Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners in NY State 2019
Tomato Variety Recommendations for Late Blight Resistance (2015)
Vegetable Growing Guide (Beginner’s Edition) Northern NY
Cornell’s Vegetable Growing Guides
Vegetables – Cornell Garden Based Learning
USA Blight.org A National Project on Tomato & Potato Late Blight in the U.S.
Tomato Variety Recommendations for Late Blight Resistance (2105)
Plant Diagnostics: What is “wrong” with my plant?
BugGuide – Iowa State University, Dept. of Entomology
New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
Last updated May 6, 2020