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There is nothing like homegrown corn on the cob, a red ripe tomato fresh from the garden or popping open snap peas on a warm summer day. Home gardeners know the delicious difference between the freshest vegetables from their own backyard and produce picked weeks ago that is available at the local supermarket. Growing your own vegetables is more than just great taste and freshness, its exploring new varieties and feeling the glow of success when your garden not only produces a bountiful harvest, but also attracts bees, butterflies and other insects beneficial to our environment.

Cultivating vegetables in a garden, patio pot, or windowsill is a fun and rewarding way to save money and increase nutrition in your family’s diet. The Garden Experts at USU know the safest, most efficient way to get the most from your gardening efforts. In Vegetables, they show you all you need to know for vegetable garden success!

The Vegetables course is part of a larger gardening series, created to allow gardeners and landscapers of all levels of expertise to have greater success by learning from the gardening experts at USU. The eight courses in the gardening series include:

Basic Botany
Soil Basics
Pest Management
Fruits & Nuts
Annuals & Perennials
Trees & Shrubs

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