Memorial Hall Seed Library The Seed Library provides free seeds to the Andover community from seed companies and from gardeners who've saved seeds from plants that thrive in our local area. It encourages the use of heirloom, open-pollinated, and organic seeds. The library has a comprehensive list of online resources and books.
Horts Notes. This monthly newsletter includes alerts to emerging landscape insect and disease problems while providing pest management strategies and emphasizing timely plant health care practices and problem-solving information. Written for landscapers, grounds managers, arborists, and other green industry professionals, it is still useful for home gardeners.
Plant Care Today: Bad Garden Bugs. A scary list of over 30 bugs that can wreak havoc with your plants.
The Old Farmer's Almanac List of Beneficial Insects. Comprehensive list of all the insects and their larvae that help keep pests at bay.
Multiple sources of information about jumping worms:
Cornell’s JWORM Working Group, with contact information for the Northeast’s experts on this issue
One person's experience with trying to limit damage from an existing infestation.
Hudson Seeds Tomato Clinic Advice on what to do when you have problems with your tomato seedlings.
Two useful blog postings from Hudson Seeds on midsummer sowing and succession planting.
Andover Center for History and Culture (previously Andover Historical Society)