Pumpkin Research from Purdue​​

Pumpkin Research from Purdue

2010​

Managing Phytophthora blight of CucurbitsD. Egel. (pdf slides) (2.4MB)

2009

Pumpkin Variety Performance With and Without Treatment for Powdery Mildew in Northern Indiana, 2009 (Indiana).  E. Maynard. (abstract & download link(pdf slides1.55 MB) 

2008

Pumpkin Variety Performance With and Without Treatment for Powdery Mildew in Northern Indiana, 2008. E. Maynard. (abstract & download link)(slides)

2007

Pumpkin Cultivar Observation Trial, Indiana 2007. E. Maynard. (abstract & document link) (pdf slides  3.5MB)
Weed Control in No-Till Pumpkins E. Maynard. (abstract & document link)

2006

Pumpkin Cultivar Evaluation, Northern Indiana, 2006. E. Maynard. (abstract & document link
On-Farm Evaluation of Powdery Mildew Tolerant Pumpkin Cultivars,Indiana, 2006. D. Egel, et al. (pdf report)

2005

Pumpkin Cultivar Evaluation, Indiana 2005. E. Maynard. (pdf report) (slides​)
Evaluation of Pumpkin Cultivars No-till Direct-seeded and No-till Transplanted into Wheat Stubble, Indiana 2005. E. Maynard. (pdf report)

2004

Pumpkin Cultivar Evaluation, Indiana 2004. E. Maynard. (pdf report)
Evaluation of Pumpkin Cultivars No-till Direct-seeded and No-till Transplanted into Wheat Stubble, Indiana. E. Maynard. (pdf report

2003

Pumpkin Cultivar Evaluation for Northern Indiana, 2003. E. Maynard. (pdf report) (slides)

2002

Pumpkin Planting Date, 2002E. Maynard. (​​pdf report)  (pdf slides) 

2001

Pumpkin Cultivar Evaluation, Indiana, 2001. E. Maynard. (pdf report)
Pumpkin Spacing, Indiana, 2001. E. Maynard. (pdf report)

2000

Pumpkin Cultivar Evaluation, Indiana, 2000. E. Maynard. (abstract & document link)(slides)

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