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Vegetable Production Publications and Factsheets

TitleCollectionTypeDate
Central North Carolina Planting Calendar for Annual Vegetables, Fruits, and HerbsHTML07/08/2016
Packaging Requirements for Fresh Fruits and VegetablesHTML09/01/1996
2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual MAIN DOCUMENT2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals ManualHTML12/01/2017
Control of Root-Knot Nematodes in the Home Vegetable GardenHTML02/15/2018
Using Plastic Mulches and Drip Irrigation for VegetablesHTML01/31/2001
Chemical Weed Control2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals ManualPDF12/01/2017
Commercial Production of Pickling and Slicing Cucumbers in North CarolinaHTML01/01/2000
Gummy Stem Blight of CucurbitsHTML12/16/2013
Growing Pumpkins and Winter SquashHTML01/31/1998
Insect Control2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals ManualPDF12/01/2017
Growing Tomatoes in the Home GardenHTML12/31/1991
16. Vegetable GardeningNorth Carolina Extension Gardener HandbookHTML02/14/2018
Anthracnose of CucurbitsHTML12/16/2013
Herbicide Carryover in Hay, Manure, Compost, and Grass ClippingsPDF01/01/2015
17. Organic Gardening North Carolina Extension Gardener HandbookHTML02/14/2018
Cultivation of Ramps (Allium tricoccum and A. burdickii)HTML06/30/2001
Early Blight of TomatoHTML12/11/2015
LettuceHTML01/01/2001
Plasticulture for Commercial VegetablesHTML01/01/1996
Trellised CucumbersHTML01/01/2001
Weed Management in OkraPDF01/01/2008
Sweet Corn ProductionHTML01/01/1998
Summer Squash ProductionHTML03/31/2005
Southern Bacterial Wilt of TomatoHTML12/12/2017
Cucurbit Downy MildewHTML12/16/2013
CabbageHTML01/01/2001
Pole Bean ProductionHTML05/01/2005
La Antracnosis de las Cucurbitáceas HTML05/23/2017
Bacterial Spot of Pepper and TomatoHTML12/06/2017
What Is the Difference Between a Sweetpotato and a Yam?HTML01/30/1998
Postharvest Cooling and Handling of Green Beans and Field PeasHTML01/01/1994
Commercial Luffa Sponge Gourd ProductionHTML06/30/2008
Marchitez de Fusarium en SandíaHTML05/15/2017
2018 Southeastern US Vegetable Crop HandbookPDF04/11/2018
Southern PeasHTML09/01/1997
OkraHTML01/01/2001
Using Plastic Mulches and Drip Irrigation for Home Vegetable GardensHTML01/31/2001
Septoria Leaf Spot of TomatoHTML12/19/2016
BeetsHTML01/01/2001
Growing Jerusalem ArtichokesHTML01/01/1999
Commercial Asparagus ProductionHTML01/01/2001
Southern Blight of Vegetable CropsHTML12/06/2017
Turnips and RutabagasHTML01/31/2001
Disease Control2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals ManualPDF12/01/2017
Commercial Carrot ProductionHTML03/01/1998
A Guide to Intensive Vegetable SystemsHTML01/01/1997
CollardsHTML01/01/2001
Tomato Late BlightHTML12/06/2017
SpinachHTML01/01/2001
Postharvest Cooling and Handling of Field- and Greenhouse-Grown TomatoesHTML01/01/1997
Damping-off in Flower and Vegetable SeedlingsHTML12/06/2017
Organic Sweet Corn ProductionHTML11/30/2005
Broccoli ProductionHTML01/01/2001
Phytophthora Blight of PeppersHTML06/29/2015
Bulb OnionsHTML09/01/1997
Botrytis Gray Mold of TomatoHTML03/06/2015
Sweetpotato ScurfHTML12/16/2013
Pudrición Gomosa del tallo en CucurbitáceasHTML07/06/2017
Proper Postharvest Cooling and Handling MethodsHTML12/01/1989
Weed Management in Collards, Kale, Mustard, and Turnip GreensPDF01/01/2008
Managing Diseases in the Home Vegetable GardenHTML01/01/1992
Fertilizer Use2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals ManualPDF12/01/2017
Commercial Production of Staked Tomatoes in the SoutheastPDF01/01/2010
CeleryHTML01/31/2001
Pepper Production (Bell, Small Fruit, and Pimento)HTML11/01/1998
EggplantHTML01/01/2001
Precision Seeding for Vegetable CropsHTML08/31/1994
Asparagus Crown ProductionHTML02/12/2012
Average Last Spring Frost Dates for Selected North Carolina LocationsHTML12/31/1996
Brussels SproutsHTML01/01/2001
21. Youth, Community, and Therapeutic GardeningNorth Carolina Extension Gardener HandbookHTML02/14/2018
CauliflowerHTML01/01/2001
Postharvest Cooling and Handling of OnionsHTML09/01/1992
Postharvest Cooling and Handling of Cabbage and Leafy GreensHTML08/01/1992
Appendix C. Diagnostic TablesNorth Carolina Extension Gardener HandbookHTML02/14/2018
Appendix E. Season Extenders and GreenhousesNorth Carolina Extension Gardener HandbookHTML02/14/2018
Weed Management in Broccoli, Cabbage, and CauliflowerPDF01/01/2008
Part 2: Cooling - Postharvest Handling and Cooling of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers for Small FarmsPDF04/30/1995
Growing GourdsHTML01/31/1998
RadishHTML03/31/1998
Growing Vegetable TransplantsHTML04/30/1999
Green Bunch OnionsHTML01/01/2001
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (North Carolina)HTML02/23/2015
Container Garden Planting Calendar for Edibles in the PiedmontPDF01/01/2011
Storing Winter Squash and PumpkinsHTML01/31/1998
Lettuce DropHTML03/21/2015
Weed Management in OnionsPDF01/01/2008
Postharvest Cooling and Handling of Sweet CornHTML11/01/1990
Black Rot of SweetpotatoHTML10/24/2014
GreensHTML01/01/2001
Postharvest Cooling and Handling of PeppersHTML03/01/1990
Synthetic AuxinsHTML07/13/2015
Crop Protectants for Controlling Diseases of Vegetable Crops in GreenhousesHTML12/06/2017
Fresh Market Production CucumbersHTML03/01/2000
Potato Late BlightHTML01/22/2014
Photosystem II – Triazine HerbicidesHTML12/14/2015
Rhizopus Soft Rot of SweetpotatoHTML04/13/2015
How to Create a Container Garden for Edibles in the North Carolina PiedmontPDF01/01/2012
Bean Sprouts and Other Vegetable Seed SproutsHTML12/31/1994
Upland CressHTML01/01/2001
Vegetable Crop IrrigationPDF01/31/2001
Container Vegetable GardeningPDF12/31/1991
Tomatoes for Processing in Eastern North CarolinaHTML01/31/2001
Plant Growth Regulators2018 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals ManualPDF12/01/2017
Fusarium Root Rot of SweetpotatoHTML05/06/2015
Drip or Trickle Irrigation Systems: An Outline of ComponentsPDF01/31/2001
Añublo Lanoso en CucurbitáceasHTML03/30/2017
Guidelines for Sweetpotato Seed Stock and Transplant ProductionHTML01/30/1990
Management of Yellow Nutsedge in SweetpotatoHTML03/12/2018
Harvesting VegetablesHTML12/31/1997
Broccoli Production Guide for Western North CarolinaHTML01/01/1994
Fresh Market Tomato Production Piedmont and Coastal Plain of North CarolinaHTML01/31/2001
Broccoli RaabHTML01/01/2001
Protecting Plants from Cold DamageHTML09/30/1993
Part 4: Mixed Loads - Postharvest Handling and Cooling of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers for Small FarmsPDF04/30/1995
Weed Management in LettucePDF01/01/2008
Commercial Potato Production in Eastern North CarolinaHTML04/01/1996
Drip or Trickle Irrigation Systems: An Operations and Troubleshooting ChecklistPDF01/31/2001
Presprouting SweetpotatoesHTML09/01/1998
Añublo Polvoriento en CucurbitáceasHTML05/22/2017
Arthropod Pest Control2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape PlantingsPDF03/03/2017
Organic Edamame ProductionPDF01/01/2007
Managing Drought on Nursery CropsHTML08/31/2007
Weed Control2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape PlantingsPDF03/03/2017
Suggested Commercial Vegetable VarietiesPDF01/01/1997
Cucumbers (Fresh and Processing)PDF01/01/1999
Home Garden - Asparagus ProductionPDF01/31/2001
Vertebrate Pest Control2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape PlantingsPDF03/03/2017
Disease Control2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape PlantingsPDF03/03/2017
Offsetting Drought for Small-Scale Vegetable Production in North CarolinaHTML09/01/2007
Part 3: Handling - Postharvest Handling and Cooling of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers for Small FarmsPDF04/30/1995
Commercial Pepper Production in North CarolinaPDF06/01/1988
Greenhouse Vegetable List of ReferencesPDF01/01/2001
Part 1: Quality Maintenance - Postharvest Handling and Cooling of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers for Small FarmsPDF04/30/1995
Specialty Crops in North Carolina: Acreage and DistributionPDF11/30/2009
Pesticide Use and Safety Information2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape PlantingsPDF03/03/2017
Pesticide Application – Calibrating Chemical Application Equipment2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape PlantingsPDF03/03/2017
Part 5: ReferencesPDF09/30/1995
Success with Ornamental Vegetables as Floricultural CropsPDF07/31/1999

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