Vegetable Crops Hotline – A newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
  • Registration Open for Feb 9th NW Indiana Vegetable Series (January 18, 2023) - On February 9, 2023, Purdue Extension will host the Northwest Indiana Vegetable Series. Pests and diseases present challenges for vegetable producers. This program is designed to give growers the knowledge to
  • Webinar on Thinking Ahead about Specialty Crop Marketing and Finance (January 12, 2023) - Michigan State University is holding a free Webinar Series about Specialty Crop Marketing and Finance. Detail information can be access at Webinar on thinking ahead about specialty crop marketing and
  • 2023 Wakarusa Produce Auction Grower Meeting (January 9, 2023) - Wakarusa Produce Auction Grower Meeting will be held Friday, Feb. 10. 2023
  • 2023 Indiana Small Farm Conference (January 6, 2023) - Registration is now open for the Indiana Small Farm Conference to be held, in person, at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds on March 2nd and 3rd.  We have a full schedule
  • Insect Pest Survey (January 3, 2023) - Researchers at Purdue University and the College of Wooster are requesting responses from vegetable growers in the Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic regions to learn more about their insect pest management
  • Midwest Vegetable Production Guide 2023 (December 2, 2022) - Hard copies of the Midwest Vegetable Production Guide (ID-56) are available.  This annually revised guide is a summary of currently suggested fertility, cultural, and pest management techniques and tools for

Please see the

Midwest Vegetable Production Guide for Commercial Growers (ID-56)

for current pesticide recommendations or consult a

Purdue extension specialist or educator.

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