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Sustainable Agriculture & Organic Twilight Meeting Tour

Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016 - 4:30pm to 8:30pm
Central MD Research & Education Center - Upper Marlboro Facility
Please join us for an evening of food, fun and informative wagon stops to these and other unknown destinations @ the Sustainable Ag and Organic Twilight Tour: See the 3rd field season of a vegetable winter cover crop pest management trial and discuss results from prior years with Peter Coffey. View...

Organic Weed Control in No-Till Vegetable Systems

Organic tomatoes grown no-till with cover crop
Organic vegetable growers have a hard time managing weeds, as there are no reliable Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) chemicals for controlling grass or broad leaf weeds. Most of the time growers depend on tillage for weed control, but excess tillage can lead to destruction of soil...

Organic Vegetable Pest Management

Organic Vegetable Pest Management
May 2013 There is a growing interest in organically produced food. Below is a presentation shared at a Master Gardener training. It covers insects in general, the top 10 insect pests for vegetables, cultural practices, and approved treatments.
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