2015 Edition of Midwest Vegetable Production Guide (ID-56) and Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports from 2014 Now Available

​The Midwest Vegetable Production Guide for Commercial Growers, or ID-56, remains a popular resource for growers in the region. If you haven’t got the 2015 edition yet, don’t delay! Members of the Indiana Vegetable Growers Association for 2015 receive a copy at no additional charge and hard copies can be purchased from The Education Store (phone: 888-398-4636) for $10 plus shipping. To download part or all of the book as a pdf, visit mwveguide.org

The Midwest Vegetable Trial Report for 2014 includes trial results for sweet corn, cantaloupe, watermelon, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, and more, including several crops in high tunnels. The book is available from The Education Store under the product number 16-18-14. Individual reports or the entire book may be downloaded in pdf format from ag.purdue.edu/hla/fruitveg/Pages/mvtr2014.aspx.

MW Vegetable Production Guide

MW Vegetable Production Guide


MW Vegetable Trials

MW Vegetable Trials

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