NH Vegetable & Fruit News

Meg McGrath, plant pathologist at Cornell University, is looking for samples of downy mildew on Brassica crops. See her note below, and please contact... Learn More
NH growers: sign up by September 9th to claim your free website listing on the NH Vegetable & Berry Growers' Association's new website! 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
The current risk for cucurbit downy mildew (CDM) in New England, including southern NH, is moderate according to the CDM IPM forecasting model: https:... Learn More
If you are a new high tunnel producer ( Learn More
Last week (June 23), the first NH spotted wing drosophila (SWD) captures were made in Concord – just a single male in each of two traps. Learn More
Leek moth has now been found in several gardens and farms in Grafton and Coos Counties in New Hampshire. The caterpillar of this moth feeds on Alliums... Learn More
New Hampshire Vegetable & Berry Growers' Association has created a 1-minute survey to create baseline data prior to launch of their new website. Learn More
We have just published a new research report that describes a project focused on cluster thinning in high tunnel tomato. Learn More
Please help out this research and marketing effort by giving your input and experience! Learn More