Applied Vegetable & Fruit Research in New Hampshire

We have just published a new research report that describes a project focused on winter protection of figs grown in-ground in Durham NH. Learn More
Just in from the Kiwiberry research and breeding program at UNH, I'm sharing three important updates: Hiring a Vineyard Manager  The incr... Learn More
As part of a new Northeast SARE project “Advancing Strawberry Production in the Northeast”, we want to learn more about the practices you use and the ... Learn More
Calling all farmers who have innovative ideas to improve the sustainability of farm practices! Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research &a... Learn More
Given that a vine-ripened cantaloupe (muskmelon) is one of the most divine treats of summer, it is surprising that few northern New England gardeners ... Learn More
Welcome to Spotlight on Research! Every year, researchers publish thousands of studies and in hundreds of journals – and most aren’t really accessible... Learn More
Unlike traditional June-bearing strawberries, day-neutral varieties are less affected by daylength and initiate flowers as long as temperatu... Learn More
Cabbage aphid, sometimes called ‘gray aphid’ because of its’ waxy gray appearance, is a major pest of brassica crops. It has been particularly problem... Learn More
Do you have pest problems with your Brassica crops? We can help. The Brassica Pest Collaborative (BPC) is a project funded by Northeast-SARE that brin... Learn More
Last year, we compared yields of eggplant varieties in high tunnel production conditions. We specifically chose to focus on elongated types ... Learn More