A great time to plant fall crops is 6 to 8 weeks before the fall frost; this is some time in August for most of Ohio.
Squash is relatively easy to grow, but insect problems can be a serious concern for any gardener.
Popular edible plants in the Cucurbitaceae family include cucumbers, squash and melons.
Winter may not have a lot of outdoor opportunities for gardeners, but it is a great time to reflect on the past growing season.
These warm season crops don’t need much, and most gardens have the space for this tasty crop.
Children love to learn and what better way to learn than outside in a vegetable garden.
Crop rotation is vital for maintaining a healthy garden year after year, no matter the size of your plot.
Here are some answers to some of the most commonly asked pepper questions.
Here are the answers to some of the most asked or questioned things about the state fruit of Ohio.
Read on for suggested cold weather vegetables and tips for their care.