February 20, 2015 - 3:46pm -- smith.263@osu.edu

While it's still too early to start gardening, or even be starting plants, it's never too early to be making plans for this year's vegetable garden! If you are a relatively inexperienced gardener, or just want to revisit the basics of vegetable gardening, linked below are a few locally produced videos on various aspects of planning for this year's garden:

This presentation is a comprehenvie look at The Home Vegetable Garden: Getting Started and Keeping It Going. 106 minutes long, recorded during a Master Gardener Training program.

What Vegetables to Plant, When, and How Many 10 minutes, recorded locally and posted to YouTube

Getting the Garden Started 13 minutes, recorded locally, posted to YouTube

Keeping Wildlife Out of Your Garden 6 minutes, recorded locally and posted to YouTube

If you are looking for details regarding garden plant management, fertilization, weed and insect control, see the 2015 Midwest Vegetable Production Guide (PDF format)

To review the Ohio State University Extension fruit and vegetable fact sheets and assorted publications, visit Ohioline