Welcome to a New Year of the Vegetable Crops Hotline – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Welcome to a New Year of the Vegetable Crops Hotline

Welcome to a New Year of the Vegetable Crops Hotline (VCH), Purdue Extension’s newsletter for people in the business of growing vegetables. Our goal is to provide timely information that will be useful for Indiana vegetable growers. If there is something you’d like to see included, please let us know.

Frequently we include links to websites or publications available on-line. If you aren’t able to access these resources, please contact us or a local Extension office to request a hard copy of the information.

Since last year, Vegetable Crops Hotline website has a new look. Articles that need your immediate attention are posted under Hot Topics and then will be included in the next issue. If you subscribe to VCH via email, you will receive an email when there is a Hot Topic article posted. All the previous articles published in VCH are available on the website. In addition, the website has a new feature, Veggie Extras, that  is used for posting articles that may be more in-depth or descriptive than articles included in the regular issue of VCH.  As usual, we will have fifteen issues throughout the 2017 growing season. You will receive an email when a new issue is released or receive a hard-copy by US mail.

The first issue of the year is sent to all who subscribed to VCH via US-mail in 2016 as well as new subscribers for 2017. To continue receiving future copies, renew your Hotline subscription or Indiana Vegetable Growers’ Association (IVGA) membership using the forms attached with this issue. IVGA members receive the Hotline at no extra charge. E-mail versions are free.

Hope everyone has a happy and productive season.

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