American Vegetable Grower December 2016

In This Issue

Stokes Seeds 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Stokes Seeds: P.O. Box 548, Buffalo, NY 14240-0548 800-263-7233; WEBSITE StokeSeeds.com 800-272-5560; EMAIL [email protected]

Siegers Seed Company 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Siegers Seed Co.: 13031 Reflections Dr., Holland, MI 49424 800-962-4999; WEBSITE Siegers.com FAX 877-994-0333; EMAIL [email protected]

Seedway 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Seedway: Elizabethtown, PA; Lakeland, FL 800-952-7333; WEBSITE SeedWay.com 800-645-2574; EMAIL [email protected]

Sakata Seed America 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Sakata Seed America: 18095 Serene Dr., Morgan Hill, CA 408-778-7758; WEBSITE SakataVegetables.com FAX 408-778-7768; EMAIL [email protected]

Rupp Seeds 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact, Rupp Seeds: 17919 County Rd. B, Wauseon, OH 43567 800-700-1199; WEBSITE www.RuppSeeds.com FAX 419-337-5491; EMAIL [email protected]

Clifton Seed Company 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Clifton Seed Company P.O. Box 206, Faison, NC 28341 910-267-2690; CliftonSeed.com FAX 910-267-2692; [email protected]

Tackle Whiteflies Head On

Reported in outdoor landscapes this year, vegetable growers must be prepared to mitigate the spread of the Q-Biotype.

Bejo Seeds, Inc. 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Bejo Seeds: 1972 Silver Spur Place, Oceano, CA,93445 805-473-2199: WEBSITE BejoSeeds.com FAX 805-473-0897; EMAIL [email protected]

A Laser Focus On Peppers

Avoiding “diversity for the sake of diversity,” Michigan’s Golden Plain Farms finds success with a single crop.

Abbott & Cobb 2016 Vegetable Variety Showcase

For more information, contact Abbott & Cobb: P.O. Box 307, Feasterville, PA 19053 800-345-SEED; WEBSITE AbbottCobb.com FAX 215-245-9043; EMAIL [email protected]

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