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Blossom End Rot in Tomatoes This is just a reminder with the peculiar weather we have had lately with stretches of very high temperatures then cooler days and throw in the very heavy down pours we have had over the last few weeks, blossom end rot can become a real problem in tomatoes.
Jump Start Your Fall Marketing Season Now Mastering Marketing - August 2015
Plants that Attract Pollinators and Natural Enemies 2015 In this presentation plants that gardeners and growers could use to attract both pollinators and natural enemies to their vegetable crops are discussed.
Disease Management - Botrytis Botrytis is the major disease on a grower's radar screen Infections can occur early in the season during bloom and later in the season from bunch closing on to harvest.
Early-Season Disease Management Growers should apply a series of protectant fungicide sprays to new shoots to protect them from several diseases, beginning shortly after bud break.
Garlic Problems in 2015 April 15, 2015
Managing the Weed Seedbank with Cover Crops and Tillage University of Maryland Department of Entomology*Post-DoctoralResearch Associate, **Associate Professor and Extension Specialist  
Offing Cover Crops for Weed Suppression: Featuring the Roller Crimper and Other Mechanical Contraptions !Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, $Graduate Student and *Faculty Research AssociateUniversity of Maryland, Department of Entomology  
The Plight of Clint and His Monoculture Practices $SESYNC intern, # Graduate student and !Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, University of MD Dept. of Entomology  
Using Flowering Plants to Help Parasitic Wasps Attack Stink Bug Eggs $Graduate Student, *Associate Professor and Extension Specialist
Fungal Entomopathogens: An Enigmatic Pest Student Research Assistant(1), Associate Professor and Extension Specialist(2)University of Maryland Department of Entomology
Fungal Entomopathogens: An Enigmatic Pest Student Research Assistant(1), Associate Professor and Extension Specialist(2)University of Maryland Department of Entomology
Virus Infections Common in Some Pumpkin Fields This Year Figure 1. Pumpkin plant infected with watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) August 12, 2014
Grape Berry Moth Although the Japanese beetle is rapidly moving to the top of the list in many areas of Maryland the grape berry moth (Paralobesia viteana; GBM) has typically been the most significant insect pest in the vineyard due to its direct and indirect damage to the berries and clusters.
Japanese Beetles Japanese beetles can periodically be a significant pest in Maryland vineyards. They create large holes in the younger leaves of vines and cause severe lacing and even fruit damage in heavy infestations. The population build up is typically periodic and cyclic and may require control tactics in years of large infestations.
Tomato Plastic Mulch and Shade Study Tomato plants were transplanted on 7 May 2012 into black (grower standard), white or reflective plastic mulch. Five different varieties of tomato were used: Mt Spring+, Celebrity, Mt Fresh+, Crista and Scarlet Red. When tomato plants began to develop fruit, a 30% shade cloth was randomly placed over 6-10 plants per row.
Virus Transmission by Striped Cucumber Beetle in Pumpkins Growers in the mid-Atlantic have been complaining about early season (late June early July) virus infections of their cucurbit crops, most notably pumpkins, squash and cucumbers and much less in watermelon and cantaloupe.
High Beef Prices Ag Marketing - News Update Retail beef prices are at a 20 year high.  I have been asked why?  Why is beef so high? The reasons:

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