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This publication provides a disease management schedule for Indiana commercial apple growers.

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This guide lists participating local food producers. The goal is to help customers contact, find, and support local food farms and businesses in their communities.

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To protect the appearance of apples, growers apply fungicides to prevent disease. Increasingly, fruit growers are interested in using adjuvants to improve disease management, similar to how adjuvants have improved weed m  More...
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This is a brochure to recruit potential new Master Gardener trainees. It provides background about the program and some details about how to join the program.  More...
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Prior to the advent of modern, synthetic insecticides, European red mites (ERM) were not considered a significant pest of tree fruits. ERM are what entomologists call a "secondary pest", which means that they generally o  More...
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Japanese beetle infestations are found in rural and urban areas throughout Indiana. This publication describes Japanese beetle habits and how to control them in lawns, ornamentals, and food plants.

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Many homeowners enjoy raising their own fruit, but anyone who has attempted to grow them knows that fruit crops are attacked by a wide variety of insect and disease pests and prone to environmental damage. This publicati  More...
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Inspired by actual gardeners' inquiries, each chapter deals with such down-to-earth subjects as when to start seeds, why plants might fail to bloom, pruning techniques, identifying and controlling common pests, home f  More...

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Pollination is an important factor in growing fruits and nuts, since for most of these crops pollination is a prerequisite for fruit production. This publication describes how fruits and nuts pollinate and provides recom  More...
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In the event of crop losses from extreme spring weather, growers still need to manage their trees for diseases. If trees are not managed, populations of disease inoculum can build up and threaten the crop the following s  More...
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Shows pictures of different insects that attack vegetables. Tells what plants they attack and what damage they do. Includes comments on some controls.  More...
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Gives description, life cycle, plants affected, and chemical control measures against the flea beetle.  More...
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Squash beetle, which is native to Central and Eastern North America, belongs to the family of lady beetles (Coccinellidae). Most insects in this family are beneficial, often eating large numbers of pest insects such as a  More...
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Insects feeding on home-grown vegetables are a fact of life for most gardeners. Gardeners' two choices are to tolerate the damage or attempt to prevent it. This publication lists insects and corresponding pesticides comm  More...
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Brown rot is a common stone fruit disease that can cause blossom and twig blight, cankers, and fruit rot. This publication describes the symptoms of brown rot and provides management options.  More...
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Planting vegetable seeds or transplants at the correct time is determined by the soil temperature required for seeds to germinate and the temperature tolerance of the plants. This publication examines these factors and p  More...
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Gardening in containers or raised beds can be just the answer for would-be gardeners who would love to grow their own vegetables and flowers, but lack the space or physical ability for a traditional garden. This publicat  More...
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This publication examines cedar rust diseases and management practices for fruit that is meant for consumption. These rust diseases stand out due to their conspicuous nature, and the fact the fungi that cause them compl  More...
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This publication discusses planning a vegetable garden, planting, fertilization, care, harvesting, and storage recommendations. Tables are included providing a vegetable planting guide, the recommended nitrogen side-d  More...
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Fire blight attacks more than 70 members of the Rose (Rosaceae) family, and is a devastating disease of apples and pears. This publication describes fire blight and how to manage it.  More...
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Apple scab is a fungal disease that can result in severe defoliation of apple trees and can affect fruit size and quality. This publication describes apple scab and how to manage it.  More...
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This publication discusses selecting the proper fruit, containers, and facilities for storage.  More...
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This publication discusses the proper winter storage methods for geraniums, cannas, dahlias, gladioli, and caladiums and tuberous begonias. Illustrations are included on the tuberous flowering plants.  More...
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The American Vine-Dresser's Guide by Jean Jacques (John James) Dufour is a treatise on growing grapes in America, specifically the eastern half of the country. This early work, first published in 1826, is an amazingly th  More...

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This publication discusses the flower structure, types and pollination, and failure to flower. Illustrations are included showing the growth and production of a flower.  More...
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This publication outlines raspberry cultivars, site selection, land preparation and planting. It includes information about planting systems, fertilization, irrigation, propagation, diseases and insects.  More...
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This publication outlines strawberry cultivars, site selection, land preparation and planting. It includes information about first year care, frost control, insect and disease control and renovation of plantings for mult  More...
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This publication provides information about the persimon tree and its fruit, the fruiting habit, propagation, planting and care, and the oriental persimmon. A recipe for persimmon pudding is also included.  More...
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This publication discusses site selection, planting, training, cultural practices, cultivars, and disease and insect control associated with growing cherry trees in Indiana. Illustrations on proper branch removal and  More...
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Selecting fruits and nuts for an "edible landscape" is complicated by the added concern for productivity. The designer must consider total potential yield and sustainability, fruit set, pest resistance or control, microc  More...
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This publication provides general fertilizer application suggestions on the following fruits: apples, pears, peaches, apricots, strawberries, raspberries, and grapes.  More...
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This publication discusses the cultural requirements, cultivars, soil preparation, planting, weed control, fertilizing, pest control, pruning, and harvesting for currants and gooseberries.  More...
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This publication discusses the source of toxicity, implications for horticulture, juglone sensitivity in plants, plants observed to be sensitive and tolerant to juglone. An illustration of a typical leaf and nut chara  More...
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This publication discusses climate, site, soil, and habit, plant selection and establishment, culture of pawpaws, and nursery sources for pawpaws.  More...
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This publication discusses the grape plant, site and cultivar selection, vineyard establishment and management, and pest control. Two tables provide information on the grape cultivars for Indiana and suggested pruning  More...
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This publication discusses pH correction, increasing organic matter, individual fertilizer elements, fertilizer rates and application, complete fertilizers, and mulches which concern blueberries.  More...
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This publication discusses the warm season crops. Subjects covered include the site, fertilization, saving seeds, planting, more information on the seeds, transplanting, watering, weed control, insects and diseases, cro  More...
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This publication provides a general guide to taking care of plants within the home, yard, lawn, and garden during the autumn months.  More...
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Discusses types of gourds, their culture, proper soil, fertilizing and planting, pest control, harvesting, preservation, and decorating.  More...
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This publication will help you get your small garden off to a good start and guide you to maximizing the rewards from your gardening efforts. The publication offers advice about planning, seed selection, transplanting, s  More...
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This publication identifies the types of injury caused by cold weather, the factors that influence the degree of injury, and ways to prevent or reduce injury. Tables are included listing the symptoms of freezing injury  More...
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