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Enjoy the New England Fruit and Vegetable Conference from the comfort of your own living room! The conference will be online this year, due to the ong... Learn More
We’re hosting a webinar for vegetable growers dealing with cutworm issues in cool-season production, December 1st 12-1pm.  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

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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
Introduction

Gardeners can grow most annuals, biennials, and many herbaceous perennials from seed. Sowing seed is less expensive than b... 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
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
We recommend control sprays and treatment intervals based on the number of pest moths collected in pheromone traps. Because large changes in pest dens... Learn More
Listservs are a way to exchange information quickly with other growers. We have set up such a list to promote discussion about all issues and topics r... Learn More