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Vegetable Notes 2007 Vol. 18:3
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
Dealing with Phytophthora blight: checklist for field preparation and planting
Winter Squash Perimeter Trap Cropping for the Organic Grower
Cabbage and Onion Maggot Flies
Seedcorn Maggot Found in Early Beans
PTC Update: Alternative Border Crops
Upcoming Events: Seeds of Solidarity Visiting Day, Massachusetts Harvest for Students Week.
Vegetable Notes 2007 Vol. 18:2
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
2007 UMass Vegetable Team Projects
2007 Weed Management Update
2007 Fungicide Update
To Grow or Not to Grow Bt Sweet Corn
Summary of the International Potato Common Scab Conference
Vegetable and Fruit Insecticide Update for 2006-2007
Vegetable Notes 2007 Vol. 18:1
In This Issue:
New England Brassica School
Sweet corn project 2005-2006:Using New Materials and Biocontrols for Insect Management in Sweet Corn
Upcoming Programs and Events
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:22
In This Issue:
All Day Winter Meetings: January 5 and February 3, 2007
Sponsored by New England Vegetable and Berry Growers Association and New England Cooperative Extension Programs
Seed Quality
Fruit Rots of Pumpkins
Black Rot of Crucifers
Upcoming Programs and Events
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:21
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
Upcoming Events and Meetings
Vegetable/Strawberry IPM Educator Exchange Program -- Request for Applications
USDA Cost-share for Conservation Work Helps Vegetable Growers

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