Fruit & Vegetable Crops

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Growing Better in New Hampshire


Our agriculture and horticulture specialists use the best research-based information to give New Hampshire farmers, businesses and citizens with the tools they need to succeed.  We provide workshops, fact sheets, programs, on-site consultations and comprehensive pest, plant and soil diagnostics.







Articles

New program assistant to work on farm food safety and integrated pest management. 
New Food and Agriculture program assistant Dan Birnstihl will work on farm food safety and integrated pest management.  He'll collect information on c... Learn More
Do you grow arugula? Have you experienced arugula crop losses? If so, we want to hear from you! The Northeast Arugula Team (NEAT)&nb... Learn More
We are hearing reports of western bean cutworm activity in sweet corn this week. This species is relatively new to our region and can cause injury to ... Learn More

Resources

Recently, parthenocarpic varieties of eggplant (ones that set fruit without pollination) have been developed specifically for greenhouse and tunnel pr... Learn More
Fig is grown commercially in mild climates throughout the world. Fig offers the potential to be a high-value crop in New England, but to be profitable... Learn More
Introduction

Home-grown grapes make excellent fresh eating, juices, jellies, raisins, and wine. A small home vineyard with even just a ... Learn More
Introduction

Low winter temperatures and a short growing season generally limit grape production to the southern half of New Hampshire.... Learn More
A chart that shows the availability of locally grown fruits and vegetables based on harvest dates.

 
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UNH Cooperative Extension has created a map of community gardens in New Hampshire to build a network for sharing information among gardeners a... Learn More

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