Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports Update – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports Update

Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports provide yield and quality data based on field test results under different cropping conditions. Reports based on projects in 2020 include variety trial results for asparagus, peppers Рbell, specialty, and chile, cantaloupe, pickling cucumber, summer squash, and seedless watermelon. Cultural practice trials include no-till sweet corn and pumpkin after winter rye, nitrogen rates for pepper and tomato, and the use of low tunnels and grafting for watermelon production.  New this year, presentations highlighting several of the variety trial reports are available on the Purdue Extension YouTube channel in the Midwest Vegetable Variety Trial Reports playlist. Please check the websites for the variety and production information from multiple universities.

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