Garlic Resources

Wisconsin and Minnesota Resources:

* Scenic Pasture Farm– An Excellent CSA in Eau Claire/Chippewa Falls, Wi area.

* University of Minnesota Plant Desease Clinic– Plant Disease Testing for Garlic Bloat Nematode.

* Sustainable Farming Association– The Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota supports the development of sustainable farming systems through farmer-to-farmer networking, innovation, and education.

* Minnesota Garlic Festival– Dates Location. and Events planed for the Minnesota Garlic Festival

* University of Minnesota Extension, Growing Garlic– Garlic Growing information, including fertilizer requirements.

* Something Special from Wisconsin– Directory of Wisconsin Products.

Nationwide Resources:

* USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map– USDA Plant Hardiness one Map.

* Cornell University vegetable program– Cornell University articles about raising garlic.

* POST-HARVEST GARLIC TRIAL YEAR ONE RESULTS– Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Study of drying methods of garlic and how it impacts the weight of garlic.

* USDA Nationwide List of Farmers’ Markets– Find a list of Farmers’ Markets in your state.

* Local Harvest– Use their website to find farmers’ markets, family farms, CSAs and other sources of sustainable grown food in your area.

* Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education-The SARE program helps advance farming systems that are profitable, environmentally sound and good for communities through a nationwide research and education grants program.

* Agriculturallink.com– links to Agriculture directory resources and information websites.

* Vegetable Varities for Gardeners– Curious which vegetable varieties might grow best in your garden? Cornell’s Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners project compiles information from fellow gardeners to help you decide what to grow. You can even limit your search to just your state or frost-free zone.

* The National Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture– A nationwide partnership of diverse individuals and organizations cultivating grass roots efforts to engage in policy development processes that result in food and agricultural systems and rural communities that are healthy, environmentally sound, profitable, humane and just.

* Cooperative Extension System– This site will help you find your nearest Cooperative Extension office. “The Cooperative Extension System is a nationwide, non-credit educational network. Each U.S. state and territory has a state office at its land-grant university and a network of local or regional offices. These offices are staffed by one or more experts who provide useful, practical, and research-based information to agricultural producers, small business owners, youth, consumers, and others in rural areas and communities of all sizes.”

* Seedwise.com– links Seedwise.com, a site to find almost any seed for your garden.