Current & On-going Greenhouse Research at UVM ERL
Critical Questions to Consider to Help Manage Persistent Pest Problems
& Attracting and Sustaining Aphid Natural Enemies in High Tunnels
Identifying Insects on Sticky Cards
NEW Fruit and Veg Listserv for Farmer-to-Farmer Communication!!!
and Sweet Corn newsletters where growers can get weekly alerts about
pests such as potato leafhopper, tarnished plant bug and corn borers
Strawberry IPM website: https://extension.umaine.edu/highmoor/blog/tag/strawberry/
Sweet Corn IPM: https://extension.umaine.edu/highmoor/blog/tag/sweet-corn/
Growers can contact Pamela St. Peter (email@example.com) to request to receive these newsletters by email
Cannabis IPM info is posted at: maine.gov/ipm under Featured Topics.
Direct links to the documents and powerpoint are at:
Maine Medical Marijuana: Best Management Practices for Pest Management (PDF 382KB)
Pest Management Guidance (PDF 497KB)
Pest Management PowerPoint Presentation (Powerpoint Show)
Tri-State Diagnostic Clinics
Office: Orono, ME (207) 581-3883 or 1-800-287-0279 (within Maine)
Disease Diagnosis Form ME
Diagnostic Lab, Durham, NH
Disease Diagnosis Form NH
Diagnostic Clinic, Burlington, VT
Disease Diagnosis Form VT
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Extra Special Thanks to Longfellow's Greenhouse (Maine), The University of New Hampshire, and Gardeners Supply Company (Vermont) for the generous use of their facilities to host this event.
Dont forget to subscribe yourself to e-GRO (Electronic Grower Resources Online) to keep up to date with all sorts of important information and alerts related to the floriculture industry.
Join our NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND GREENHOUSE GROWERS NETWORK called GREENGROWER!!! This is a internet
service to promote communication on greenhouse pest management among
growers, extension specialists and researchers in ME, NH & VT.
Please contact Cheryl E. Frank Sullivan at UVM if you would like to join.MAINE Netowrk - NEW Fruit and Veg Listserv for Farmer-to-Farmer Communication!!!
|If you have additional questions about the workshop, please contact Cheryl E. Frank Sullivan at UVM.|
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