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Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:9
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
Cutworms on Sweet Corn Seedlings
Sweet Corn Update, European Corn Borer and Corn Earworm Weekly Trap Counts
Bacterial Spot and Bacterial Speck of Tomato and Pepper
Measuring Insecticide for Backpack Sprayers and Small Plantings
Caterpillars in Brassicas
Cucurbits
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:8
In This Issue:
Crop Conditons
Twilight Meeting at Twin Oaks Farm
Sweet Corn Update
Stunted Little yellow Plants, Will They Recover?
Ozone Injury Observed in Potato
Squash Bug in Vine Crops
Video: Farmers and Their Ecological Sweet Corn Production Practices: Special Offer
Early Blight of Tomato and Potato
Tomato Update
Cucurbits
Potato, Beans: Scout for Potato Leafhopper
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:7
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
A Few Thoughts on Wet Fields and Herbicides
Sweet Corn Update
Dealing with Phythophthora Blight: Checklist of Cultural and Chemical Control Measures
New Vegetable Crop Insectides/Miticides/Molluscicides
Reports from the Field: A Source of News for Vegetable and Berry Growers
Evaluation of Resistance of Cucurbit Species to Plectasporium-Tabacinum
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:6
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
Sweet Corn Update
Conservation approaches to agricultural water use: a SAN publication
Spinach Leafminer on cahrd, beets, or spinach
Row cover for midsummer- want to try non-heating row covers?
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:5
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
Sweet Corn Update
Dealing with Phytophthora Blight: Checklist for Field Preparation and Planting
Seedcorn Maggot and Wireworm Damage on Early Cucurbit transplants
Managing Striped Cucumber Beetle in Vine Crops: Updates for 2006
Perimeter Trap Cropping in Butternut: More Farmers Try PTC
Managing Colorado Potato Beetle

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