IPM for Vegetable & Fruit Crops

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
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
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
The 2022-2023 New England Small Fruit Management Guide is now available – both online AND in hard copy. Learn More
“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
In this series of monthly noontime deep dive workshops, we’re going to explore a range of topics in an informal, facilitated discussion. These will ta... Learn More
Enjoy the New England Fruit and Vegetable Conference from the comfort of your own living room! The conference will be online this year, due to the ong... Learn More
We’re hosting a webinar for vegetable growers dealing with cutworm issues in cool-season production, December 1st 12-1pm.  Learn More