Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm
Author: Cynthia L. Haynes (Iowa State University)
Home gardeners are always interested in new cultural practices and different varieties of annuals and vegetables. To satisfy this growing need, eight research farms across the state each established a home demonstration garden and accompanying field day. In these gardens, different annuals and vegetables were grown for display and research purposes. More than 50 plant varieties representing several themes were grown for the 2001 demonstration gardens. Themes included tomatoes grown in various colors of plastic mulch; compact or space-saving vines; ornamental foliage plants; and plants having “chicken,” “egg,” or “feather” in their name. In this report, data from the colored mulch trial and surveys of attendees will be presented.
How to Cite: Haynes, C. L. (2002) “2001 Home Demonstration Gardens”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports. 2001(1).