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I found this link that is very informational for all types of gardening. There are so many new vegetable growers recently and celiacs esp. need to eat healthy...hope it will be helpful for you! ;)

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums

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I love that site! I can always find something useful there.

The State Extension Services also have tons of publications on gardening. They have a local Master Gardener program that is a great resource too. It's a volunteer program run at the county or regional level and they can provide excellent information on your local growning environment (soils, pests, etc.).

http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/

Here's a link to the National Center for Home Food Preservation: http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/publications/publications_usda.html

BTW - did you solve your pest problems?

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I love that site! I can always find something useful there.

The State Extension Services also have tons of publications on gardening. They have a local Master Gardener program that is a great resource too. It's a volunteer program run at the county or regional level and they can provide excellent information on your local growning environment (soils, pests, etc.).

http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/

Here's a link to the National Center for Home Food Preservation: http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/publications/publications_usda.html

BTW - did you solve your pest problems?

Thanks for posting those links!

I think baby grasshoppers were eating my beans (I killed about 50 in 3 days)and flea beetles after the tomatoes(still are). Spray killed the sunflowers and some zucchini. So far the garden looks great except for we have had several inches of rain over the last 10 days but dry weather started today with temps in the upper 70's to 85, so the mud can dry. So much to learn when you are a newbie ;)

Thanks for asking!

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Oh, I like Dave's Garden. This site is amazing because it has forums for individual classes of plants, a bug ID, and plant ID, plant files (with photos) and all sort of other features. There are beginner's forums too where people will answer your questions about problems and they are generally pretty fast.

http://davesgarden.com/

I find it is very helpful to post pictures there.

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Oh, I like Dave's Garden. This site is amazing because it has forums for individual classes of plants, a bug ID, and plant ID, plant files (with photos) and all sort of other features. There are beginner's forums too where people will answer your questions about problems and they are generally pretty fast.

http://davesgarden.com/

I find it is very helpful to post pictures there.

I checked out the beginner section on the link you posted...I can learn alot there ;)

Thanks for posting, I need all the help I can get! :blink:

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The good people at Dave's are a lot like the folks here in that they are very knowledgeable. There are also lots of forums for things like canning, living frugally, landscaping-- even home-schooling!

They have saved lots of my plants and helped me many times.

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