Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2017 - Selected Presentations


 

 Presentations

 
  
  
  
  
01 Pollinators: Where are We After 2016?Rick Foster Purdue University Foster-PollinatorsAfter2016novidnosurv-IVGS2017
02 Management of Powdery Mildew and other Important Diseases of CucurbitsMohammad BabadoostUniversity of IllinoisBabadoost-CucurbitsDiseases-IVGS2017
03 Mineral Nutrition for Vegetable CropsLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard-MineralNutritionVegCrops-IVGS2017b
04 Updated Worker Protection StandardsNikky WitkowskiPurdue ExtensionWitkowski-UpdatedWorkerProtectStandards-IVGS2017
05 Food Safety Regulation Update and Washing Systems for Small OperationsScott MonroePurdue ExtensionMonroe-FoodSafetyUpdate-WashingSystems-IVGS2017
06 How Can Other Farm Profiles Help you Plan?Ariana TorresPurdue UniversityTorres-OneSizeFarmProfiles-IVGS2017
08 Successful Pest Management in Organic Vegetable ProductionZack GrantUniversity of IllinoisGrant-PestMgmtOrganicVeg-IVGS2017
09 Bio-char Does It Work?Corey and Liz Aquino Lane's End FarmAquino-Bio-charDoesitWorknovideo-IVGS2017
10 Student and Mentoring Partnerships on Vegetable FarmsTamara Benjamin and Liz AquinoPurdue University and Lane's End FarmBenjaminAquino-BiocharStudentMentorship-IVGS2017
11 Is Hydroponics Really That Easy?Petrus LangenhovenPurdue UniversityLangenhoven_IsHydroponics ReallythatEasy_IVGS2017