Purdue Mail Lists

Two mail lists are available through this site to which users can subscribe: The "Fruitveg" list is for all fruit and vegetable growers, farm marketers, etc. in Indiana and surrounding states. The "Winegrape" mail list is primarily for the Indiana wine industry. Anyone can subscribe to either list.

The mail lists have been established to allow Indiana fruit and vegetable growers, wine grape growers and wineries, and farm marketers to interact with each other electronically. We envision growers and marketers using this forum for free and open exchange of information and ideas. We also feel that the list can be used to coordinate group purchases of equipment and supplies, and as a forum to buy and sell produce and used equipment and supplies. However, we believe that advertising by commercial vendors is not appropriate use of the mail group. While we do not intend to moderate the list, we will keep an eye on the activity. We will not allow personal vendettas, inflammatory comments or other inappropriate use of the list. Any statements made do not represent "official" opinions, and Purdue University takes no responsibility for content. 

If you subscribe to the mail list, each message that is sent to the list will be forwarded to you as a separate e-mail message. For example, if there are 5 messages sent to the list in one day, you will receive 5 e-mails from the list that day. Subscribe to the mail list using this option if you want to receive messages as soon as they are posted.

If you subscribe to the mail list digest, all messages received by the list in one day will be combined into one e-mail message and sent to you once a day. If there are 5 messages sent to the list in one day, you will receive one e-mail containing all 5 messages. Subscribe to the mail list using this option if you prefer to receive fewer separate e-mail messages.


Commercial Fruit and Vegetable​

The Fruitveg mail list has been established to allow Indiana fruit and vegetable growers, and farm marketers to interact with each other electronically. We envision growers and marketers using this forum for free and open exchange of information and ideas. We also feel that the mail list can be used to coordinate group purchases of equipment and supplies, and as a forum to buy and sell produce and used equipment and supplies. However, we believe that advertising by commercial vendors is not appropriate use of the mail group. While we do not intend to moderate the list, we will keep an eye on the activity. We will not allow personal vendettas, inflammatory comments or other inappropriate use of the list.

Subscribe to the FruitVeg Mail List


Wine and Grape Production​

The winegrape mail list has been established to allow Indiana grape growers and winemakers to interact with each other electronically. We envision growers and winemakers using this forum for free and open exchange of information and ideas. We also feel that the mail list can be used to coordinate group purchases of equipment and supplies, and as a forum to buy and sell produce and used equipment and supplies. However, we believe that advertising by commercial vendors is not appropriate use of the mail list. While we do not intend to moderate the list, we will keep an eye on the activity. We will not allow personal vendettas, inflammatory comments or other inappropriate use of the list.

Subscribe to the Winegrape Mail List


Other Mail Lists 

Other mail lists that may be of interest to Indiana producers that are managed elsewhere:

Viticulture - The Viticulture Discussion List is sponsored by the Texas Cooperative Extension. The purpose of the list is to encourage and facilitate worldwide communications among individuals interested in the commercial production of grapes. The Viticulture list is an international forum for discussion of viticulture production practices, problems, research results, marketing, or industry issues. More than 400 subscribers from over 20 countries are currently participating in the discussion. Participants include grape growers, scientists and educators. 

Virginia Winegrowers - Discussion group for Mid-Atlantic grape growers and winemakers.  

Small Fruit Discussion - The Small Fruit Discussion group was established to encourage and facilitate global communications among all individuals interested in small fruit production. The focus is on all berry crops and includes blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, grapes, strawberries, currants, gooseberries, kiwifruit, and other small fruit. 

Apple Crop - The apple-crop electronic mail group was formed to allow pomologists to better communicate on all aspects of apple production, marketing and related topics. Subscribing to this list is free and is a privilege. The goal of this discussion group is to provide a forum which will foster the exchange of information between University researchers, Extension agents and specialists, students, commercial apple growers, wholesalers/brokers, retailers and direct marketers of apples. 

Peach ListServ - This list server was setup and moderated for those interested in any aspect of peach production. The vision is for an open forum for discussion of problems, an exchange of information, and requesting help and giving suggestions on specific items.

To subscribe to this list, send a message to listproc@hubcap.clemson.edu. Leave the subject line empty and type: "subscribe pea​ch yourname". This adds your email address and name to the list.

To unsubscribe, send a message to listproc@hubcap.clemson.edu. Leave the subject line empty and type: "unsubscribe peach" in the message area. This command removes your email address from the list. You do not need to include your name. 

For help on how to use this peach list server, send a message to:listproc@hubcap.clemson.edu with the message help. 

Market Farming e-mail List - A mailing list/web forum for networking among small-scale farmers whose primary marketing outlets are consumer-direct and local. To subscribe by e-mail, send a message with subject or body 'help' to market-farming-request@lists.ibiblio.org. 

Greenhouse Tomatoes email List - An email mailing list, which will allow you to send questions, answers, comments, and suggestions to other growers, greenhouse vendors, County Agents, Specialists, Researchers, etc. fro all over the U.S., as well as some other countries. 

To subscribe: send email to: majordomo@lists.msstate.edu with the following in the message box: subscribe greenhouse-tomatoes. 

High Tunnel List - An email discussion group about high tunnels.
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