To be ahead of the game, be sure your production plan includes healthy transplants, proper pollination, and disease management.
Fine-tune your irrigation practices, know which pests target melon crops, and make sure the inside of your tunnel doesn’t get too hot.
Funded by the National Watermelon Promotion Board, the video was produced in support of the rock and roll nutrition show, Jump With Jill.
Learn how to ID, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable disease.
A new online spray guide is designed to help growers deal with three major diseases that affect watermelon leaves in the Southeastern U.S.
Material selection, structural design, and variety selection are just a few things to consider when growing melons under high tunnels.
Melon imports continue to gain market share in the U.S., increasing to a new high – about 39% of the total melon supplies for domestic consumption.
Do your best to reduce the chances of getting the disease in pumpkins, but be prepared with the proper plan of action if it shows up.
The association’s executive director answers questions on grower concerns, facilities, and the best course of action for watermelon growers to be in compliance with the law.
Machine grafts disease-resistant roots to plant tops quickly and efficiently, reducing labor costs and enhancing healthy and robust growth.
Ongoing studies are investigating how a more diverse agroecosystem might complement honeybees and enhance watermelon production.
University of New Hampshire scientist’s work represents the longest squash, pumpkin breeding Program in North America.
Hazera Co. offers customers minis in a range of sizes and textures.
Since the Salmonella outbreak occurred in September, nearly 900 people in 39 states have fallen ill.
Check out these watermelon varieties boasting high Brix, a good disease resistance package, and excellent yield potential.
Past leaders to be honored as the inaugural class of the association’s Hall of Fame.
Researchers find predator potent in controlling thrips.