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What is CYVD? In this infographic we cover the basics of this important emerging disease in cucurbit crops:

cucurbit yellow vine disease infographic

PDF version of the infographic here


We've been included in the 7/28th issue of Kentucky Pest News newsletter:

KY pest news

Squash bug's lifecycle video:


Our infographic on mesotunnels is out now!

mesotunnel infographic

PDF version of the infographic here.


We're in July's issue of Small Farm Sustainability: https://www.extension.iastate.edu/smallfarms/current-cucurbit

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Our project's grad students Sharon Badilla and Kephas Mphande are featured in the Solutions from the Land report (page 22). This report is a bold call to action by SFL Board Members, among them, our co-PI Dr. Lois Morton.

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LINK: https://solutionsfromtheland.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/AgRenaissanceReport.pdf


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The Produce Pages (April 2021 issue), featuring "Mesotunnels: Next Best Tool for Organic Cucurbit Growers in the Northeastern US" on page g (PDF).

 

 

 


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VegEdge newsletter (March 1st, 2021 issue) shares -on page 6- a reflection on the 2020 preliminary results in Cornell (Geneva, NY)(PDF).

 

 

 

 

 


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Dr. Mark Gleason's presentation on Great Plains Growers Conference, 2021 (PDF).

 

 

 

 


 

VegEdge Jan21 issue

 

 

VegEdge newsletter (January 5th, 2021 issue) addresses -on page 6- mesotunnel use: what's a mesotunnel and what's it good for? (LINK).

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Cucurbit downy mildew management for conventional and organic producers. By assistant extension professor Emily Pfeufer, UKY.

 

 

 

 

 


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"Diagnostic Guide for Cucurbit Downey Mildew" - Salcedo et al. 2020

 

 

 

 



 

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This Great Lakes Vegetable Working Group (GLVWG) project will serve as a focal point for team building to develop, improve, maintain and expand IPM practices in the NC region.