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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
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:4
In This Issue:
Crop Conditions
Heat Stress and Heat Tolerance in Broccoli For Late Summer Harvest
Nutrient Management for Brassica Crops
NEV&BGA Project on Alternatives to Synthetic Pyrethroids for Control of Insect Pests in Corn
Cabbage and Onion Maggot Flies
Flea Beetles in Brassicas
Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:3
In This Issue:

Welcome Spring

Production and Marketing of Eggplant Varieties for New Market

Harvesting Salad Greens Through the Fall and Spring at Tobacco Road Farm

Comparing Soil Health on New York Vegetable Farms

Vegetable Notes 2006 Vol. 17:2
In This Issue:

Fungicide Update 2006

Weed Management Update 2006

New Vegetable Crop Insecticides/Miticides/Molluscides

Plant Pathologist in Bangladesh

Controlling Bacterial Diseases with Plant Activators

UMass Small Farm and Garden Days

Farmers Market Workshop to be Held April 4th in North Grafton

Position Available


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