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Download: Frequently Asked Vegetable Questions

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WizarDave
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13th January 2017

Here are answers to questions about vegetable gardening.

Download: Growing Home Garden Tomatoes

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WizarDave
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The tomato is America's most popular home garden crop. Tomatoes require a small area, bear repeatedly, are widely adapted and easy to grow, and have many culinary uses. Tomatoes are rich in vitamins A and C, low in calories, and an excellent source of lycopene, the pigment that makes tomatoes red and has been linked to the prevention of many forms of cancer.

Download: Fresh Market Tomatoes

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MU Extenstion
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The demand for locally-grown, vine-ripened tomatoes remains strong in Missouri. If you can produce high yields of good-quality tomatoes, the opportunity exists for you to make a reasonable return on your investment.

The resources essential for profitable tomato production are relatively fertile land, sufficient water for irrigation, and an adequate labor supply.

Establishing a crop of tomatoes requires a significant investment of time and money. There…

Download: Watering and Fertilizing Tomatoes in a High Tunnel

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Proper watering and fertilization are essential for producing tomatoes in a high tunnel. High tunnels keep out natural rainfall, so timely irrigation is necessary. Additionally, growers must consider the special needs of high tunnel soil to ensure availability of appropriate levels of nutrients.

A high tunnel is a low-cost, solar-heated greenhouse that can extend the growing season

Download: Storing Fruits and Vegetables from the Home Garden

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University of Wisconsin-Extension

Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables from your garden—or scooped up at the local farmers' market—long after harvest has ended by giving them ideal storage conditions. Find out what conditions each crop prefers and how long it will remain fresh (8 pages; 2006).

Includes:

  • Fruits: apples, berries, melons, pears, and stone fruits
  • Vegetables: asparagus, beans, beets, bok choy and Chinese cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts

Download: Home-Grown Tomatoes for Wisconsin

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University of Wisconsin-Extension
Tomatoes are one of the most nutritionally rich of all vegetables and grown easily in the home garden. Here's how to get started and care for your tomatoes from growth to harvest (6 pages).

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