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Gray mold sporulation has a dark gray, concentric ring pattern and may develop lesions on the surface of the plant stems. Photo: Beth K. Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: September 13, 2018 - News News
This fall as temperatures drop, dew periods extend, and the skies remain cloudy, be on the lookout for late blight and Botrytis gray mold in high tunnel tomatoes. More
V-shaped lesions characteristic of black rot on the leaves of cole crops. Photo: Beth K. Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: September 6, 2018 - News News
New reports of cucurbit downy mildew have decreased across the region, but variable weather conditions are forecasted through the weekend. More
Preparación del sitio para un plantío “Modelo del futuro” en el Condado Adams, PA. Foto: Tara Baugher
Siembra de Sudangrass Después de la Eliminación del Huerto - Articles Articles

Siembra de Sudangrass Después de la Eliminación del Huerto

Tara Baugher, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada

En las parcelas comerciales, hemos aprendiendo que el sudangrass es un excelente primer paso para el éxito al replantar si recientemente sacó un bloque de árboles frutales viejos. More
Modelos Para Futuras Parcelas: Plantar Después de la Biorremediación
Modelos Para Futuras Parcelas: Plantar Después de la Biorremediación - Articles Articles

Modelos Para Futuras Parcelas: Plantar Después de la Biorremediación

Tara Baugher, Megan Chawner, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada

Penn State Extension se asocia con productores en un proyecto llamado "Modelos para el futuro" para brindar demostraciones en huertas a agricultores nuevos, jóvenes y de minorías. More
La roña de la manzana necesita material orgánico para invernar
MIP – Exploración y Manejo de la Roña de la Manzana - Articles Articles

MIP – Exploración y Manejo de la Roña de la Manzana

Kari A. Peter, Ph.D., Montserrat Fonseca Estrada, Tianna Dupont

Asegúrese de saber dónde pasa el invierno la roña de manzana, cómo supervisarla y cuándo es más probable que aparezca. More
Ácaro depredador atacando a un ácaro rojo europeo. Foto cortesía del Dr. David Biddinger
MIP – Control Biológico del Ácaro Rojo Europeo - Articles Articles

MIP – Control Biológico del Ácaro Rojo Europeo

Dave Biddinger, Ph.D., Tara Baugher, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada, Tianna Dupont

Las infestaciones de ácaros rojos pueden dar como resultado fruta más pequeña y reducción de la floración en la siguiente temporada. More
Poco después de que el crecimiento del árbol comience, remueva cuidadosamente los 3 brotes debajo del líder para eliminar competencia de crecimiento con el líder. Photo: Tara Baugher
Establecimiento de la Huerta - Puntos Básicos para Plantíos Nuevos - Articles Articles
La formación oportuna de árboles y la gestión integrada de árboles recién plantados garantizarán el éxito y la rentabilidad de manzanos de alta densidad. More
Comience a Cultivar - "Modelos para el Futuro" Aulas Vivas
Comience a Cultivar - "Modelos para el Futuro" Aulas Vivas - Articles Articles

Comience a Cultivar - "Modelos para el Futuro" Aulas Vivas

Tara Baugher, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada

Penn State Extension se asoció con siete productores del Estado de Pensilvania para brindar demostraciones en granjas a agricultores nuevos, jóvenes y de minorías. More
Irregular tan cracked lesions characteristic of anthracnose on a cucumber leaf. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: August 29, 2018 - News News
The drier conditions the past few days have slowed the epidemic spread of cucurbit downy mildew across the region. More
Powdery (white spots) and downy (dark spots) mildew sporulation on the lower pumpkin leaf surface. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: August 23, 2018 - News News
With all the flooding it is important to remember that crops that are exposed to flood waters originating from a stream or river are considered adulterated and should not be harvested for market. More
Small chlorotic lesions caused by downy mildew on the upper surface of acorn squash. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: August 16, 2018 - News News
Cucurbit downy mildew is continuing to pick-up speed with many new reports on cucumber in Ohio, New York, and Massachusetts. More
Reduced till straw mulch serving as a barrier between developing pumpkin fruit and bare soil protecting against soilborne pathogens that cause fruit rots. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: August 9, 2018 - News News
Downy mildew is becoming more widespread on cucumber across Pennsylvania and has been confirmed on cucumbers in Centre, Clinton, Mifflin, Bucks, Lehigh, and Lancaster Counties. More
Corn earworm counts are rising throughout PA.
Vegetable - Small Fruit Production Issues: August 2, 2018 - News News
July started out dry and hot but transitioned quickly, with almost no warning, to very wet and hot. More
Downy mildew lesions on pumpkin. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: August 1, 2018 - News News
The wet weather is wreaking havoc in many vegetable fields. More
Angular leaf spot on the upper surface of a cucumber leaf. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: July 26, 2018 - News News
The current relentless rain is expected to intensify foliar bacterial diseases on many crops. Scouting for diseases and protection of crops will be critical in the upcoming days. More
Downy mildew lesions on the upper surface of a cantaloupe leaf. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: July 19, 2018 - News News
No new reports of late blight since the confirmations on tomato in York County and on potato and tomato in southern Lancaster County a couple of weeks ago. More
Japanese beetle on raspberries. Photo: Kathy Demchak, Penn State
Vegetable - Small Fruit Production Issues: July 12, 2018 - News News
Downy mildew was confirmed on cucumber in Mifflin County on July 11. Warmer weather throughout the state is helping crops along, but has also been good for insect pests. More
Septoria leaf spot on tomato. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: July 11, 2018 - News News
The general shift to drier weather has slowed down disease development across the state. More
Angular lesions caused by downy mildew. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Update: July 5, 2018 - News News
Downy mildew has most recently been confirmed on cucumber in southern New Jersey and Maryland. Late blight has been confirmed on tomato in York County and on potato and tomato in southern Lancaster County. More
The potato leafhopper, Empoasca fabae, is a pest that is easy to overlook until the damage - called "hopperburn" - "burns" you. Photo: Penn State College of Agriculture
Vegetable - Small Fruit Current Issues: June 28 2018 - News News
Wet weather and variable temperatures across the state continue to be challenging for vegetable and berry production. More
Late season powdery mildew on pumpkin may severely weaken the handles and reduce marketability. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Powdery Mildew Management in Cucurbits for 2018 - News News
Powdery mildew continues to be an annual concern in cucurbit production. More
Irregularly shaped late blight lesion on a tomato leaf with characteristic white sporulation on the underside of the leaf. Photo: Beth Gugino, Penn State
Vegetable Disease Updates for Mid-June 2018 - News News
Downy mildew has been confirmed in Dorchester County MD on cucumber, late blight confirmed on tomato transplants, and there have been a number of reports of poor potato seed emergence. More
Black rot on cabbage, caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris. Note characteristic “V” shaped lesions starting at leaf margin. Photo: Lee Stivers, Penn State
Vegetable - Small Fruit Current Issues: Mid-June 2018 - News News
Cloudy weather, rainstorms, and variable temperatures across the state have slowed some crops and created very favorable conditions for disease development. More
Pepper transplants. Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
Vegetable - Small Fruit Current Issues: May 18, 2018 - News News
It’s no secret that this spring has been cold and wet across Pennsylvania. On many farms, planting has been delayed as much as three weeks, and many crops already in the ground are developing more slowly than usual. More
Pepper plants. Photo: Lee Stivers, Penn State
Hot Water Treatment for Tomato and Pepper Seeds - News News
We have fielded a number of questions this winter about using hot water treatments for tomato and pepper seeds. More
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