IPM for Vegetable & Fruit Crops

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The 2022-2023 New England Small Fruit Management Guide is now available – both online AND in hard copy. Learn More
“Tarping in the Northeast: A Guide for Small Farms” provides the most up-to-date information on an emerging practice of tarping — applying reusable ta... Learn More

Resources

Aphids are an economically damaging pest for several crops.  This study aimed to explore the practicality of using insectary plants to attract predato... Learn More
Birds can become especially serious pests in blueberries and strawberries, but they also cause injury in other small fruit and tree fruit. There are m... Learn More
Many growers in the region, especially organic growers, struggle with management of cabbage aphid in Brussels sprouts. Beginning in 2016, we have cond... Learn More
Woodchucks frequently damage plants in NH home grounds and gardens. They mow down many garden plants, and dig burrows which dry out the roots of trees... Learn More
Introduction

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) arose as an alternative to the conventional techniques growers were using to handle pest ... Learn More
Corn earworm, Fall armyworm, and European corn borer caterpillars can all infest the ears of sweet corn. The most reliable way to identify them is to ... Learn More