Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Fall is a good time to buy grapes, apples, watermelons, potatoes, berries, zucchini, yellow squash and peaches, among other seasonal fruits and vegetables.
sunflower tops

Saving seed can give you access to your favorite heirloom varieties and ensure success next season. Learn how to harvest and store seed from your garden.
Closeup of a tick

Learn more about the lone star tick, which, in certain cases, in some people, can cause an allergy to red meat after being bitten.
photo of tomatoes

As gardeners, overplanting is a common problem, and it's a struggle to get the longest life out of the harvest. Use these tips to get the most out of yours.

Contrary to what some people think, vegetable gardening doesn’t end with summer. Learn how to get started on your own Ohio victory garden this fall.

Learn what you can grow as microgreens and how to start growing your own microgreens at home in nine simple steps.

Determine whether food you purchased recently might contain onions that have been recalled by Thomson International Inc. of Bakersfield, Calif.
meat thermometer

Although many people use color as an indicator of doneness when grilling meats, to lessen your chance of foodborne illness use a meat thermometer.

Learn how to reduce food waste in your home to curb food insecurity during the pandemic by getting creative with the food in your fridge and freezer.
Vayda with a blackberry in her mouth.

If you’re considering foraging as a hobby or even a lifestyle, use these tips to get started.

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