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Illiana Vegetable Growers School 2012

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Consumer Food Trends for the Next Ten Years and What they Mean for YouJennifer DennisPurdue UniversityDennis_ConsumerFoodTrends
Cover Crop Characteristics and ManagementTristand TuckerPurdue UniversityTucker_CoverCropsforVegetableGrowersred
Defense-Inducing Products: A Worthy Investment?Nathan Kleczewski and Dan EgelPurdue UniversityKleszewski_Defense-InducingChemicals
Fertilizer Applicator Certification and Other Pesticide Regulatory IssuesAlan KurtzPurdue Extension, Starke and Pulaski CountiesKurtz_PARPRegulatoryUpdatered
Insects in Vegetables: A Review of 2011 and What to Know for 2012 Rick FosterPurdue UniversityFoster_InsectsinVegetablesred2
Irrigation Scheduling BasicsLyndon KelleyMichigan State and Purdue UniversitiesKelley_IrrigationSchedulingred
Managing Bacterial Diseases of TomatoDan EgelPurdue UniversityEgel_BacterialDiseasesTomatored
Managing Manure in Vegetable ProductionEllen PhillipsUniversity of Illinois ExtensionPhillips_ManureMgtVegred
What will 2,4-D and Dicamba-Resistant Soybeans Mean for Vegetable ProducersSteve WellerPurdue UniversityWeller_2-4-DandDicambared
What's Your Break Even Price for Tomatoes and Other VegetablesCorinne Alexander and Michael VeldstraPurdue UniversityAlexanderVeldstra_BreakEvenPriceforTomatoes