New Brunswick Urban Gardening Photos

Photo: Basil growing in New Brunswick backyard garden. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Basil growing in New Brunswick backyard garden. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Photo: Analyzing New Brunswick soil lead concentrations prior to collecting soil samples for greenhouse experiments. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Analyzing New Brunswick soil lead concentrations prior to collecting soil samples for greenhouse experiments. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Photo: Soil samples collected from New Brunswick backyard gardens. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Soil samples collected from New Brunswick backyard gardens. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Photo: Tomato horned worms removed from experimental tomatillo plants in the Rutgers experimental greenhouse. These worms are voracious and will denude the plants. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Tomato horned worms removed from experimental tomatillo plants in the Rutgers experimental greenhouse. These worms are voracious and will denude the plants. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Photo: Papalo plants growing in lead-contaminated soil in the Rutgers experimental greenhouse. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Papalo plants growing in lead-contaminated soil in the Rutgers experimental greenhouse. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Photo: Experimental tomatillo plants growing in lead contaminated soil in the Rutgers experimental greenhouse. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)

Experimental tomatillo plants growing in lead contaminated soil in the Rutgers experimental greenhouse. (Courtesy of Carol Baillie.)