|Garlic bulbettes that are still on the plant.|
|Garlic bulbettes ready for drying that will be planted this fall for next year's crop.|
|Zebrune Shallots picked early this year.|
|Some brassicas are still holding on but many have rotted.|
|This shows our tomato blight last year. Stack Exchange has given us great tips on how to prevent it this year.|
Do you have a question about organic gardening and want some advice from fellow gardeners who have down-to-earth experience and practical solutions? One resource my husband discovered this summer is Garden Stack Exchange. It is an online forum where you can post questions and receive answers about organic gardening from a broad community of gardeners. The answers are then rated by the community and the question asker can select the best answer to a question. Each question that you ask or answer gives you more clout and thus you can build your reputation and your garden skills. Here's an example of a question we asked:
There's even another one for baking/cooking which can prove useful too: https://cooking.stackexchange.com/
To make it easy, you can use your Facebook or Google account to login too.