NYRP’s Urban Agriculture team supports growers affiliated with our 52 community gardens and Gardens for the City program with materials and resources, offering technical assistance, and hosting educational workshops.
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Cover Cropping 101: Cover crops are close-growing plants sown to cover bare ground in between plantings of vegetables. They are usually not harvested. They are planted to improve soil quality and to provide other benefits to the garden ecosystem.
Spider Mites: Spider mites are a common New York City pest that thrive in hot, dry weather. Learn more about how to identify, prevent, and control this tomato-loving insect. This resource is in English, Spanish, and Chinese.