Southwest Purdue Ag Center Virtual Field Day Research Highlight – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Southwest Purdue Ag Center Virtual Field Day Research Highlight

Southwest Purdue Ag Center held a virtual field day on June 24, 2021. Multiple projects are highlighted at the virtual field day. If you are interested in learning more about these projects, please check this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLveWDgbh5ujHd6WjcbkVZIFSF5NhqtTyM that includes 24 videos.

Topics related to vegetable production include:
Pest and pollinator considerations in melon production
Herbicide updates
Strawberry production in alternative systems
Food safety updates
Fusarium wilt of watermelon
Corn earworm trapping and management in sweet corn
Maggot damage on onion transplants
Watermelon and cantaloupe variety trials at Southwest Purdue Ag Center

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