Follow these links for more information on:
Cornell's home gardening website has links to excellent resources, including Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners, Vegetable MD Online, Vegetable Disease Factsheets, and -to growing guides for more than 50 different vegetables. Visit: http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/homegardening/index.html
If you are interested in growing your own food but don't have space for a garden, then how about renting a plot in a community garden near you?
Penn Yan Community Garden (PYCG) - The PYCG is located at the end of Pleasant Ave., just a short walk from downtown Main St. Members manage and care for the garden cooperatively, and are given an individual plot, access to water and tools, and a share of compost as a part of their membership.
This Cornell University Library Guide on "Seed Saving" compiled by Jeff Piestrak includes links to relevant Cornell University initiatives, Conservation & Biodiversity Groups, Grower Resources/Directories/Support, Industry/Trade Groups & Resources, Seed Libraries, Seed Sovereignty, Other Seed Saving Organizations/Networks/Events, and General Learning Materials on saving seeds.
Last updated July 26, 2019