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“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
Researchers are conducting a survey of cucurbit growers in the Eastern U.S. to learn about their pest management and production strategies. Learn More
Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) is a virus that has been documented on multiple farms in each of the last several years in New Hampshire; in some cas... 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
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
This Microsoft Excel-based enterprise budget aims to help growers evaluate the costs associated with producing salad greens grown on greenhouse bencht... Learn More
What is a soil test?

The soil testing lab takes your soil sample, dries it, and runs a small portion of the sample through a series of ... Learn More