This guide provides information based on multistage research results and extension programs as well as the knowledge and experience of growers, county extension educators, and industry personnel. It is intended to help commercial vegetable growers make informed managerial decisions.
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This guide should be used as a supplement to the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Commercial Vegetable Production Recommendations Guide to help growers make decisions on the selection of in-season vegetable disease management products and manage for the development of fungicide resistance through selection and rotation of products in different FRAC groupings. The guide is composed of a series of tables organized by crop group and contain a list of recommended products for select diseases along with the fungicide resistance action committee code information.
A comprehensive guide to small fruit production in the Mid Atlantic.
From NE SARE. The primary purpose of this 70-page guide is to provide the opportunity for growers in the eastern United States to grow everbearing strawberries profitably. Information gained from research trials are shared with growers in addition to the observations and experiences of the guide’s authors and other significant contributors.
This full-color, for-sale publication provides information about growing vegetables--from selecting the best site for your garden to harvesting your vegetables. Vegetables discussed include asparagus, beans, brassicas, bulb vegetables, cucurbits, leafy vegetables, peas, peppers, root peppers, sweet corn, baby corn, and pickling corn, eggplants, and tomatoes. This publication is intended to replace the discontinued Culture and Cultivars (Varieties) for the Gardener, Bedding Plant Grower, Garden Center Supplier, and Direct Marketer series.
Written by Dr. Barbara Christ, this guide describes and provides pictures of 15 common diseases found on potatoes in Pennsylvania. Information on viruses and physiological disorders is also included. This full color publication can be purchased for $8.00
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This table provides information about the fungicides, active ingredients, FRAC and risk management codes, and fungicide resistance management guidelines for management of cucurbit downy mildew and powdery mildew. In addition, current anticipated efficacy for each fungicide is denoted by the use of the plus system.
These organic production guides outline general practices for growing vegetable and fruit crops using organic integrated pest management techniques. The guides provide an overall approach for organic production with a focus on biological, mechanical, and cultural controls. Sections on cover crops, resistant varieties, crop rotation, field selection, soil quality and nutrient management all highlight their interrelated qualities and precede specifics on pest management options.These guides are the go to use for organic production information for the Northeast. They are updated every two years with new reviews of the efficacy of organic products. Included are beans, carrots, cole crops, cucumbers and squash, lettuce, peas, potatoes, spinach, strawberries, blueberries, apples and grapes.
This guide is an excellent resource for any grower interested in learning more about key pests on nine different crop groups and how selected organic materials work against select pathogens and insects and their efficacy based on published research.