Midwest Vegetable Production Guide 2023 – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Midwest Vegetable Production Guide 2023

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 commercial vegetable growers, and is a collaboration of land-grant universities from eight states. It provides vegetable production information that is valid for the current year in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and Ohio. The audience for the Midwest Vegetable Production Guide is commercial growers.

The guide will be available at many educational meetings across the state this winter including the Indiana Horticulture Conference (January 23 and 24), the Small Farms Conference (March 2 and 3) and the Small Farms field day (TBD). The cost of the guide this year is $10. Contact Dan Egel with questions about the ID-56 or to obtain a copy.

The searchable online Midwest Vegetable Production Guide is still available at mwveguide.org.  There is no charge for accessing the online Guide.  Any updates to the online guide will be available immediately.  Therefore, access the online guide to get the most up-to-date version of the Midwest Vegetable Production Guide.

2023 ID-56

The Midwest Vegetable Production Guide is now available as a hard copy and online.


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