Commercial Crops

Crop by Crop Production Guides

Vegetable Production

Berry Production

Tree Fruit Production

Grape Production

High Tunnel and Greenhouse Production

 


Production Resources

Crop Budgets and Prices, Leases, Labor, Starting a Business

Crop Budgets

Crop Prices

Lease Templates

Labor Management

Starting a Farm Business

Equipment,and Supplies

This is not a complete list. The information provided is for educational purposes only. No endorsement is intended nor is discrimination implied against companies or web sites not listed.

Farm Web Sites

Vermont Farms Growing Vegetable and/or Berries.

If you would like your farm listed, please contact vernon.grubinger@uvm.edu

Pest Management

Disease Management

Insect Management

Pesticide Information

Weed Management

Wildlife Management

Questions, suggestions, and corrections related to this web site may be sent to:

Dr. Vern Grubinger, vegetable and berry specialist, Univerity of Vermont Extension

UVM Extension Commercial Horticulture

Meetings and Events


Vermont Vegetable & Berry Growers Assoc.

The Vermont Vegetable & Berry Growers Association promotes the economic, environmental and social sustainability of commercial growers in Vermont and beyond. 


Vermont Tree Fruit Growers Association

The Vermont Tree Fruit Growers Association promotes the growth and production of tree fruits and to better the conditions of fruit growers in Vermont.


The UVM Extension Ag Engineering program provides information on a variety of post-harvest, protected culture and sustainable energy topics.


The UVM Plant Diagnostic Clinic assists with identification and control of diseases, insects and other pests.


UVM's Agricultural and Environmental Testing Laboratory offers soil nutrient tests  and recommendations for a variety of crops.