Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports. A Great Resource for Growers. – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports. A Great Resource for Growers.

The Midwest Vegetable Trial Report series includes reports of applied research relevant to vegetable and melon production in the midwestern U.S. The purpose of the series is to publish results and document the annual results of vegetable and melon research projects. In 2022, 16 trial reports from Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota were published. Variety research reports on bell pepper, chili pepper, specialty pepper, pickling cucumber, summer squash, pumpkin, standard and personal-sized triploid watermelon, hydroponic butterhead lettuce, and strawberry production are now available. These reports will help you decide which variety to select for the upcoming growing season. The reports also contain detail about the production methods used. The reports are listed below.

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