High Tunnel Production

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
In December 2020, we held the Northern New England High Tunnel Conference, online this year.  For those who weren't able to attend, we recor... Learn More
Meg McGrath, Cornell University Plant Pathologist based in Long Island, recently (October 2020) received reports of spinach downy mildew in New Englan... Learn More
This year only: we’re taking the High Tunnel conference online for three weekly evening sessions. One low price ($25) will enable you to attend all th... 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
The second biennial Northern New England High Tunnel Conference took place on Dec. 3-4, 2018, in Manchester. This program was co-sponsored by the Univ... Learn More
One of the main benefits to growing tomatoes in high tunnels or greenhouses is that the plants avoid many fungal diseases that plague field-grown toma... Learn More
U.S. consumers are likely most familiar with the golden cured rhizomes of mature ginger (Zingiber officinale). Growers in the northeastern U.S. have b... Learn More