David Owens, Extension Entomologist; firstname.lastname@example.org Winter annual weeds continue to germinate. Destroying weeds and maintaining clean greenhouses will go a long way to reducing the potential for spider mite colonization of transplants next spring.
John W. Bartok As we transition into winter, energy use begins to increase and greenhouses are subject to severe weather. Reviewing the following tips while you perform an inspection of your facilities and equipment will point out where maintenance and… Continue Reading
Kate Everts, Vegetable Pathologist, University of Delaware and University of Maryland; email@example.com There have been a couple of positive confirmations of bacterial fruit blotch over the past two weeks in the region. Scout for the appearance of small water soaked… Continue Reading
Gordon Johnson, Extension Vegetable & Fruit Specialist; firstname.lastname@example.org Growers are reporting problems with stunted transplants. In some cases, plants appear to have abnormal growth with compressed internodes, “twisted” stems, or abnormally shaped leaves. In other cases, plants are not putting… Continue Reading
Kate Everts, Vegetable Pathologist, University of Delaware and University of Maryland; email@example.com Examine greenhouse transplants daily. Below are pictures of common diseases that show up on transplants and some advice on how to manage each disease. Additional information is available… Continue Reading