Educational Resources

Winter is the best time to recharge. In the last issue of this years’ Vegetable Crops Hotline newsletter, I would like to highlight a few free webinar resources that I found very useful in the past season. Hopefully, you can also benefit from them, and have a productive winter.

A lot of great information related to organic production, including using biofungicides, biostimulants and biofertilizers to boost crop productivity and help manage vegetable diseases; Management options for striped cucumber beetle in organic cucurbits; Impacts of the food safety modernization act on diversified organic vegetable farms, and a lot more.

The webinar series cover topics including irrigation, greenhouse crop production, plant disease management, insect pest management, weed management and more.

The webinar series target for beginning farmers, topics include cover crops, season extension, plasticulture, food safety, etc.

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