Gardening Resources

Check out these gardening resources.

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  • Composting
  • Plant Disease
  • Fruit Cultivation
  • Pollinators
  • House Pests
  • Soil
  • Houseplants
  • Ticks
  • Insect Pests
  • Trees
  • Invasive Species
  • Vegetable Gardening
  • Lawn Care
  • Weeds
  • Native Plants
  • Wildlife
  • Ornamentals


  • Compost BinComposting

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    two red raspberries growing on a raspberry plant

    Fruit Cultivation

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    Brown Marmorated Stink BugsHousehold Pests

    Stinging Insects

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    African violets with pink and purple flowersHouseplants

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    Colorado Potato BeetleInsect Pests

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    Spotted LanternflyInvasive Species

    Species Information

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    undefinedLawn Care

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    MayappleNative Plants

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    Purple HydrangeaOrnamentals

    Maintenance

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    Powdery Mildew on MelonPlant Disease

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    undefinedPollinators

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    SoilSoil

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    Black-legged TickTicks

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    American Sycamore TreeTrees

    Transplanting

    Tree Identification Keys

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    Basket of VegetablesVegetable Gardening

    Integrated Pest Management

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    Male Cardinal on a branch in the snowWildlife

    Gardening to Attract Wildlife

    FawnNuisance Wildlife

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    Some of these resources contain pesticide recommendations. Changes in pesticide regulations occur constantly and human errors are still possible. Some materials mentioned may no longer be available and some uses may no longer be legal. All pesticides distributed, sold or applied in New York State must be registered with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Questions concerning the legality and/or registration status for pesticide use in New York State should be directed to the appropriate Cornell Cooperative Extension Specialist or your regional DEC office. READ THE LABEL BEFORE APPLYING ANY PESTICIDE.

    Contact

    Susan Ndiaye
    Community Horticulture Educator
    sgn32@cornell.edu
    845-344-1234 Ext.250

    Last updated December 9, 2021