The predators are already getting results in vineyards and orchards. Research is showing they’re just as effective in vegetable and fruit fields.
Matt Springer, University of Kentucky Extension Agent, discusses the latest techniques for controlling deer, including deterrents, fencing, and hunting.
Learn identification and control strategies to protect your crop.
A Washington State University project aims to improve yields and increase tolerance to Verticillium wilt with grafted plants.
Learn symptoms, causal agents, and control measures for black rot, Alternaria leaf spot, and downy mildew.
Cornell University’s Andrew Landers offers details on the latest advancements in sprayers, tips to reduce drift, and how to choose the proper nozzle.
Genetic research intends to develop varieties with enhanced nutrient uptake.
Manage through a hard situation by focusing on tillage systems and minimizing field traffic.
Prepare to ask as many questions as possible to determine whether it will serve your operation in the long term.
Proper water management and pruning strategies can help improve yields.
Avoiding “diversity for the sake of diversity,” Michigan’s Golden Plain Farms finds success with a single crop.
Learn how to build the optimal breeding ground for bees.
Management can be made easier through variety selection and improved sanitation practices.
Ongoing research sheds light on the role soil health plays in the severity of the deadly pathogen in watermelon crops.
Learn behavior, signs of damage, and management techniques for these vegetable predators.
The Great Lakes Ag-Tech Business Incubator offers support to growers and entrepreneurs with their industry-related inventions.
The Tri-Hishtil vegetable grafting facility in North Carolina hopes to double grafted plant production by next year.
Research compares the effects between poly-coated urea and regular urea on sweet corn growth.
Successfully suppress troublesome, unwanted plants with the help of cover crops.
Tactics to manage the pest of cucurbits include proper scouting, trap cropping, plus cultural and chemical controls.