Published by our Vegetable & Fruit Team, this blog shares the latest news and research about vegetable and fruit production in the state and beyond. You can receive email notifications when we post new articles by subscribing to our newsletter.
(For posts before 2018, see NH Vegetable & Fruit News archives).
The UNH Kiwiberry Research and Breeding Program is hosting a hands-on demonstration of proper pruning and training practices for the commercial production of kiwiberries.
Squash vine borer traps in southern New Hampshire continue to capture very high numbers, one of the highest and latest populations we’ve seen in the past decade. Pumpkins and many squash...Read more
Tomato hornworms are voracious feeders and older larvae can do quite a bit of damage to tomatoes and related crops. These older larvae are easy to identify by the stripes on their sides and their...Read more
It's time for both berry and tree commercial fruit growers to collect leaf samples so a foliar (leaf) nutrient analysis can be made. Measuring the foliar nutrient levels allows fruit growers to...Read more
Johnny's Selected Seeds and Four Season Farm will host a free Farm Tools Field Day in Harborside, Maine on Monday, June 3rd.
The event will be a jam-packed day of tool demos and education,...Read more
The 2019 Meeting of the NH Vegetable and Berry Growers' Association (NHVBGA) took place on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019 in Manchester NH. The full program, along with links to presentations, is now...Read more
In January 2018, the NH Winery Association and UNH Cooperative Extension co-sponsored this practical workshop for NH vineyardists and winemakers. Our featured speakers were Dave and Chris Stamp,...Read more
The University of Vermont Crops & Soil Program will be holding their 10th annual Hop Conference this February! Current and future hops growers should consider attending this workshop to learn...Read more