Category: Vegetables

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Verticillium Wilt of Tomato is the Pest of the Month

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Despite the name Verticillium wilt tomato, the first symptoms of this pest on a tomato are the characteristic V-shaped lesions on the lower leaflets or leaves. …

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Choose Tomatoes that are the most Disease-Resistance

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Disease resistant tomatoes are what everyone hopes for when planting tis delicious vegetable. Selecting the best tomato cultivars takes more than choosing the best shape, color, …

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Are U-Pick Farms Worth it?

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Many people have fond memories from their childhood days at U-Pick Farms. These memories of picking fruit are still present today, but are they worth it …

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Why You Should Grow Vegetables For Your Assisted Living Facility

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Being a head officer of an assisted living facility or working in one isn’t an easy job but it is something to admire. Taking care about …

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Tips On Growing Vegetables Indoors

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So, the winter is coming, and you have to close out your garden till the months of March and April when you will be planting again. …

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Dollars by The Drop

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How to save money on irrigation Irrigation can be a big moneymaker. However, without a good plan and good implementation of the plan, an irrigation system …

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Specialty Produce Can Find a Market

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What are the next big sellers? Ever heard of purple snow peas, chayote squash or horned melons? How about rambutan, custard apples or sunchokes? How about …

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Growing The Market Share

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J.Glebocki Farms in Goshen, N.Y., has a long history of farming the region’s famous muck soils. John Glebocki, a fifth-generation farmer, has been operating J. Glebocki …

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Sweet Corn is King at New York Farm Market

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Fans of sweet corn flock to the Fall Creek Farm Market in Freeville, N.Y., as soon as the first early-season varieties are snapped off the stalks …

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HONORING INNOVATION

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The North Carolina Strawberry Association named Joan and Kenneth Rudd as its 2009 growers of the year. The announcement was made during the group’s annual meeting, …

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Growing in an Oasis

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One of the sweetest fruits you may ever taste is grown in a desert valley about 100 miles east of Los Angeles, Calif. The Coachella Valley, …

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Fertilizing Organic Crops

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The foundation of organic production is building and maintaining soil health. With few exceptions, the inputs applied for fertility and for pest, disease and weed control …

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Sweet Potato Weeds

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Controlling weeds in sweet potatoes and many crops is so important because they compete for nutrients, sunlight and water that can make sweet potato plants grow, …

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PMA FRESH SUMMIT

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October 14-17, Atlanta, Ga. he Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit International Convention & Exposition will be held October 14-17 at the Georgia World Congress Center in …