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Scott Sanfordsanford_CropStorageFacilities-2014-Indiana6up
2003 Sweet Corn Trial ResultsLiz MaynardPurdue Universitysweetcorn2003slides
Grape Tomatoes 2003Liz Maynardgrapetomato2003slides
New Developments in Sweet Corn Breeding: Eating QualityLiz MaynardPurdue Universitysweetcorn2004slides
Northern Indiana Variety Trial Highlights, 2004Liz MaynardPurdue Universitytomato-pepper-jalapeno-sweetcorn-pumpkin2004slides
Pumpkin Variety Trial and Research Update, 2005Liz Maynardpumpkin2005slides
Sweet Corn Varieties: Report on 2005 Trials in Northern IndianaLiz Maynardsweetcorn2005slides
collapse Conference/Event : 2018 Other Event ‎(3)
collapse Program/Workshop : High Tunnel Webinar Apr. 2018 ‎(1)
Indiana High Tunnel Production WebinarJames Farmer, Analena Bruce, Liz Maynard, Michael O'DonnellIndiana University and Purdue UniversityHigh.Tunnel.Webinar.slides.4.17.18Link to recording
collapse Program/Workshop : OEFFA 2018, Dayton, Ohio ‎(1)
Growing Vegetables in Winter Using Protected StructuresMichael O'Donnell, David Robb, Liz MaynardPurdue Extension, Eden Prairie Farm, Purdue Dept. of Horticulture and LAODonnell-Robb-Maynard-GrowingVeginWinterProtectedStructures-OEFFA2018
collapse Program/Workshop : Wakarusa Vegetable Meeting ‎(1)
Drip Irrigation in High TunnelsLiz Maynard and Erin BluhmPurdue Universitymaynard-high-tunnel-drip-irrigation
collapse Conference/Event : Extending the Season for Vegetables with Tunnels and More, Nov. 2013 ‎(2)
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1. Program ScheduleMatt Kleinhenz; Valerie KinsmanThe Ohio State University and Kinsman FarmExtending the Season for Vegetable Crops with High Tunnels and More_programhandout
3. Opening the Fall-to-Spring Production and Marketing Window and Managing Winter Vegetable Varieties and GrowthMatt Kleinhenz; Valerie KinsmanThe Ohio State University; Kinsman FarmNov13AfternoonHandouts
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers' School 2012 ‎(10)
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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
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2014 ‎(16)
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Aronia BerriesJohn PilcherColdbrook Farm, Inc.Pilcher_AroniaBerries
Cover Crops and Nitrogen in a High TunnelMatt RudisillPurdue UniversityRudisill_HighTunnelCoverCropsNitrogen
Cover Crops for the Region: Vegetable Crop FocusDan PerkinsJasper County Soil and Water Conservation DistrictPerkins_CoverCrops_4up
Cover Crops for the Region: Vegetable Crop Focus (additional handout)Dan PerkinsJasper County Soil and Water Conservation DistrictPerkins_Resource
Farm to School: What is Farm to School?Perry KirkhamPurdue UniversityKirkham_FarmToSchool6 slides per page
Fertilizer RecordkeepingBryan OverstreetPurdue Extension, Jasper CountyOverstreet_FertilizerApplicationRegulations6 slides per page
Fertilizer Recordkeeping (additional handout)Bryan OverstreetPurdue Extension, Jasper CountyOverstreet_Resource
Food Safety Modernization Act: What is Current Status?Ellen Phillips and James TheuriUniversity of IllinoisPhillips_FoodSafetyModernizationAct6 slides per page
High Tunnel Vegetables: TomatoesLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard_HighTunnelTomatoes6 slides per page
Insect Management in CucurbitsRick WeinzierlUniversity of IllinoisWeinzierl_InsectManagementCucurbits6 slides per page
Leafy GreensLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard_LeafyGreens6 slides per page
Managing Weeds in Sweet Corn and Weed Management UpdateStephen WellerPurdue UniversityWeller_ManagingWeedsSweetCorn6 slides per page
Using Sanitizers in Postharvest WaterAmanda DeeringPurdue UniversityDeering_SanitizersPostharvestWater6 slides per page
Using Sanitizers in Postharvest Water (additional handout)Amanda DeeringPurdue UniversityDeering_Resource
Vegetables in High TunnelsDan PerkinsPerkins' Good Earth FarmPerkins_VegetablesHighTunnels
What We’re Learning About Neonicotinoid Insecticides, and New Insects and Insecticides for 2014Rick FosterPurdue UniversityFoster_NeonicotinoidInsecticides20146 slides per page
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2015 ‎(10)
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Getting Powdery Mildew Under Control in Cucurbits, and Updates on Fungicides for VegetablesMohammad BabadoostUniversity of Illinoisbabadoost_PowderyMildew-IVGS2015
Green Spirit Farms Sustainable Veritcal FarmingKlukoGreen Spirit Farmskluko_GreenSpiritFarms_IVGS2015
Indiana FSA IllianaVegetable Growers SymposiumJacob MaxwellUSDA FSAmaxwell_FSAUpdate_IVGS2015
Managing Tomato Fruit ProblemsLiz MaynardPurdue Universitymaynard_tomatofruitproblems_IVGS2015
POST-HARVEST SANITIZERS FOR FRUITS AND VEGETABLESAmanda DeeringPurdue Universitydeering_Post-harvestSanitizers _IVGS2015
Potential Impact of Neonicotinoid Insecticides on Honey Bees in Muskmelon ProductionKira NixonPurdue UniversityKNixon_NeonicotinoidCantaloupeIVGS2015
Program for the DayPurdue ExtensionIVGS Program 12232014
Sanitizer HandoutAmanda DeeringPurdue UniversityPrintableVersionofSanitizerList
Sweet Corn Insect Management UpdateRick FosterPurdue Universityfoster_SweetCorn_IVGS2015
The Influence of Cultural Practices on Tomato Diseases in High TunnelsDaniel S. Egel and Rick FosterPurdue Universityfoster_HighTunnel_IVGS2015
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2016 ‎(15)
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01 New Pollinator RegulationsRick FosterPurdue University01 Foster_PollinatorRegs_IVGS2016b
02 Cucurbit Insect Management and Aphid OutbreaksRick WeinzierlUniversity of illinoisWeinzierl_CucurbitInsects_IVGS2016b
03 Prevalent Diseases of 2015:  Phytophthora Blight, Downy Mildew and MoreDan EgelPurdue UniversityEgel_Phytophthora_IVGS2016b
04 Drift RecoveryGene MatzatPurdue Extension, LaPorte CountyMatzat-Ballard_Drift recovery_IVGS2016b
05 USDA Programs for Vegetable Farmers - FSAJacob MaxwellIndiana Farm Service AgencyMaxwell_FSA_IVGS2016b
06 USDA Programs for Vegetable Farmers - RMAJennifer DammermanUSDA Risk Management AgencyWFRP Insurance PresentationRMA Website for Whole-Farm Renenue Protection
07 USDA Programs for Vegetable Farmers - NRCSTony BaileyUSDA Natural Resource Conservation Servicepdf of NRCS_Indiana_FinancialAssistanceWebPageLink to Indiana NRCS Financial Assistance Web Page
08 Update on the Food Safety Modernization ActJames TheuriUniversity of Illinois ExtensionTheuri_FSMA-TheFinalRules_IVGS2016b
09 Blasting Weed Competition AwaySam WormanUniversity of IllinoisWortman_BlastingWeeds_IVGS2016b
10 Efficient and Effective Use of Social MediaMary HosierUniversity of IllinoisHosier_SocialMedia_IVGS2016bHandouts: Social Media 101 and Rules of Social Media Poster
11 Introducing FoodLink: Purdue's Consumer Guide to Fresh Fruits and VegetablesRoy BallardPurdue Extension, Hancock CountyBallard_FoodLink_IVGS_2016b
12 Point of Sale Systems for Small BusinessesDanielle SandsPurdue Extension, Newton CountySands_POS-Solutions_IVGS2016b
13 Year Round Mixed Vegetable Production in High TunnelsZack GrantUniversity of Illinois ExtensionGrant_YearRoundHighTunnel_IVGS2016b
14 Opportunities in HydroponicsPetrus LangenhovenPurdue UniversityLangenhoven_Hydroponics_IVGS2016b
15 Building Soil Health in Organic SystemsLori HoaglandPurdue UniversityHoagland_SoilHealth_IVGS2016red
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2017 ‎(10)
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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
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2018 ‎(12)
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01 Do I Really Need a Special Sprayer for Sweet Corn Caterpillars?Rick FosterPurdue UniversityFoster-DoIReallyNeedaSpecialSprayerforSweetCornCaterpillars-novid-IVGS2018
02 Biology, Symptoms and Management of Bacterial Canker of TomatoDan EgelPurdue UniversityEgel-BiologySymptomsandMgmtofBacterialCankerofTomato-IVGS2018
03 New Rules for DicambaJoe IkleyPurdue UniversityIkley-NewRulesforDicamba-IVGS2018
04 Biostimulants, Biofungicides and BiofertilizersLori HoaglandPurdue UniversityHoagland-BiostimulantsBiofungicidesBiofertilizers-IVGS2018
05 What Produce Growers Need to Know about Federal Food Safety Regulations for 2018Zack GrantUniversity of IllinoisGrant-FederalFoodSafetyRegulationsfor2018-IVGS2018
06 Pumpkin Variety PerformanceLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard-PumpkinVarietyPerformance-IVGS2018
07 Sweet Corn Variety PerformanceLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard-SweetCornVarietyPerformance-IVGS2018
09 Words Matter: How Evolving Consumer Food Values are Triggered by Word AssociationJodee EllettPurdue ExtensionEllett-WordsMatterHowEvolvingConsumerFoodValuesareTriggerdbyWordAssoc-IVGS2018
10 Midwest Cover Crop ToolAnna MorrowPurdue ExtensionMorrow-MidwestCoverCropTool-IVGS2018
11 Crimping for Pumpkin and Melon ProductionDan PerkinsJasper County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictPerkins-CrimpingforPumpkinandMelonProduction-novid-IVGS2018
12 Planting Schedules for High Tunnel Winter Greens ProductionLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard-PlantingSchedulesforHighTunnelWinterGreens-IVGS2018
13 Planting Schedules for High Tunnel Winter Greens ProductionZack GrantUniversity of IllinoisGrant-PlantingSchedulesforHighTunnelWinterGreensProduction-IVGS2018
collapse Conference/Event : Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium 2019 ‎(10)
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01 How Your Pest Management Practices Affect Your Watermelon Yield, Pollinators, and Natural EnemiesRick FosterPurdue ExtensionFoster-PestMgmntPracticesAffectWatermelon-IVGS2019
02 Updates on Important Cucurbit Diseases in Illinois and Indiana and Their ManagementMohammad BobadoostUniversity of IllinoisBabadoost-UpdateImportantCucurbitDiseasesInILandIN-IVGS2019
03 High Tunnel/Greenhouse Cucumber ProductionWenjing GuanPurdue UniversityGuan-Jan2019hightunnelcucumber-NoVid-IVGS2019
04 Understanding the Revised Worker Protection StandardEugene MatzatPurdue ExtensionMatzat-UnderstandingtheRevisedWPSedit-IVGS2019
05 Urban Ag Updates in the Chicago Metropolitan AreaZack GrantUniversity of Illinois ExtensionGrant-UrbanAgSystemUpdate-IVGS2019
06 Managing Blossom End Rot in PeppersPetrus LangenhovenPurdue ExtensionLangenhoven-ManagingBlossomEndRotinPeppers-IVGS2019
07 Basics of Pumpkin ProductionLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard-BasicsofPumpkinProduction-IVGS2019
08 Pumpkin Variety Performance, Cover Crops, & No-till SystemsNathan JohanningUniversity of Illinois ExtensionJohanning-PumpkinVarietyPerfCoverCropsNotillSystems-IVGS2019
09 Organic Weed Control and Solarization as a Weed Control MethodMatt TurinoUniversity of IllinoisTurino-IlianaOrganicWeedControlPresentation-IVGS2019
10 Enhancing Soil HealthJame TheuriUniversity of Illinois ExtensionTheuri-EnhancingSoilHealthfinal-IVGS2019
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2004 ‎(12)
collapse Program/Workshop : Getting Started in the Greenhouse Business ‎(12)
00 Workshop ScheduleServeralgsghschedule_forwebapr04
Building the GreenhouseLarry HouserSpeaking From ExperienceHouser_GhseStructures2004
Business Plan BasicsMaria MarshallPurdue UniversityBusinessPlan
Garden MumsAdam HenningHenning's Greenhousesgardenmums
Herbaceous PerennialsLarry HouserSpeaking From ExperienceHouser_PERENNIALS_2004
Managing the Greenhouse Environment: Temperature, Humidity and WaterRob EddyPurdue UniversityHort_Congress_1=04
Marketing Horticultural ProductsRobin BrumfieldRutgers UniversityMarketingGreenhouse
Ornamental Potted CropsAllen HammerPurdue UniversityIHCPotPlants
Overview of the Greenhouse Business in IndianaAllen HammerPurdue UniversityIHCOverview
Regulations and Laws Relating to GreenhousesLiz MaynardPurdue Universityregs
Spring Bedding Plants, Hanging Baskets and Patio PlantsLiz MaynardPurdue Universitybeddingplants
Spring Bedding Plants, Hanging Baskets and Patio Plants - HandoutLiz Maynard and Butch ZandstraPurdue University and Zandstra's FarmSpring Bedding Plants, Hanging Baskets and Patio Plants
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2007 ‎(21)
collapse Program/Workshop : Fresh Market Vegetable Program ‎(21)
Corn Earworm: Is it Resistant to Pyrethroids?Rick FosterPurdue Universitycorn_earworm
Economics of High Tunnel Vegetable and Strawberry Production in the Central MidwestLewis JettWest Virginia Universityecon_summer_crop
Economics of Hoop House Construction and Fall/Winter ProductionDavid ConnerMichigan State Universityhoop_house_winter
Fertilization of Fresh Market Tomatoes Produced under High TunnelsRon GoldyMichigan State Universitytom_sw_mi
Four Years of Downy Mildew in Indiana: Field Trials and MoreDan Egel Purdue Universitydowny_mildew
Future Technologies for High TunnelsCary Mitchell and Gioia Massa Purdue Universitytech_high_tunnels
Indiana Weed SurveyKevin GibsonPurdue Universityweed_survey
Managing Diseases in High TunnelsDan EgelPurdue Universityhigh_tunnel
Melon and Strawberry Production Within High Tunnels in the Central MidwestLewis JettWest Virginia Universitymelon_berry
My Experience with Haygrove High TunnelsSteve GroffCedar Grove Farmhaygrove_tunnel
No-till Management of Cover CropsSteve GroffCedar Meadows Farmno-till_Cvr
On-Farm Evaluation of Powdery Mildew Tolerant Pumpkin Cultivars 2006Dan Egel, Rex Drennen and Liz MaynardPurdue Universitypknpm06results
Overview of Cover CropsDale MutchMichigan State Universitycover_crops
Planning for Weed Management in VegetablesSteve Weller and Liz MaynardPurdue Universityweed_mgmt
Pumpkin IPM Survey Results 2005Jim JasinskiOhio State Universityipm_survey
Pumpkin Variety Trial 2006Liz MaynardPurdue Universitypkn_var
Soil Fertility Management in High TunnelsChris GunterPurdue Universityfert_mgmt
Sweet Corn Varieties Liz MaynardPurdue Universitycornvar
Tomato VarietiesLiz MaynardPurdue Universitylowelltomato
Weed Control in Sweet CornBernard ZandstraMichigan State Universityweed_sweet_corn
Weed Control in Vine Crops 2007Bernard ZandstraMichigan State Universityweed_ctrl_vine
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2011 ‎(9)
collapse Program/Workshop : Fresh Market Vegetable Program ‎(9)
Beyond the YUM Factor: Marketing the Health Benefits of Fruits and VegetablesLisa GravesPurdue UniversityGraves_ppt
Managing Phytophthora Blight of CucurbitsDaniel S. EgelPurdue Universityegel_ppt
Managing Weeds in Pumpkins and other CucurbitsSteve WellerPurdue Universityweller_ppt
On-Farm Squash and Tomato Variety TrialsStacye Johnson, Scott Monroe, and Maria RestrepoPurdue Universitymonroe_ppt
Pulse and Drip Irrigation Management of Vegetables Timothy CoolongUniversity of Kentuckycoolong_ppt
Soil Health and How to Measure ItLori HoaglandPurdue UniversityHoagland_ppt
Surveying for Aphids in Indiana CucurbitsGina Angelella and Ian KaplanPurdue UniversityAngelella_ppt
Watermelon and Muskmelon Variety Trials 2010Shubin Saha and Dan EgelPurdue UniversitySaha_ppt
What's New in Vegetable Insect ManagementRick FosterPurdue Universityfoster_ppt
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2012 ‎(23)
collapse Program/Workshop : Food Safety for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Workshop, 1/17/2012 ‎(4)
An Epidemiologist’s View of Listeria in CantaloupeThomas Duszynski Epidemiology Resource Center, Indiana State Dept. of HealthDuszynski_ListeriaCantaloupe
Bad Bugs Review: Meet the Microbes that Cause Foodborne Illness Haley Oliver and Scott MonroePurdue UniversityOliver_BadBugsReview
Food Safety: Produce Consumption and Lessons LearnedJohnna HepnerProduce Marketing AssociationHepner_ProduceSafetyConsumptionandLessons
Update from ISDH Food Protection: GAPs Training and Registration AnnouncementScott GilliamFood Protection Program, Indiana State Department of HealthGilliam_ISDHUpdate
collapse Program/Workshop : Fresh Market Vegetable Program 1/18/2012 ‎(12)
A Review of Corn Earworm and Other Insect Problems in 2011Rick FosterPurdue UniversityFoster_VegInsects
Disease Management Update: What you need to know for 2012Dan EgelPurdue UniversityEgel_DiseaseUpdate
Fungicide Efficacy Against Powdery Mildew in PumpkinJim JasinskiThe Ohio State UniversityJasinski_FungEfficacyPowderyMildew
Fungicide Efficacy Against Powdery Mildew in PumpkinJim JasinskiThe Ohio State UniversityJasinski_FungEfficacyPowderyMildew_6up
Growing Southern Peas and OkraRandall DasherDasher FarmDasher_PeasandOkra
Managing Bacterial Diseases in Tomato and PumpkinDan EgelPurdue UniversityEgel_BacterialDiseasePumpkinTomato
Producing Pumpkin Seeds as a Snack FoodJim JasinskiThe Ohio State UniversityJasinski_PumpkinSeeds
Pumpkin Variety Performance in OhioJim JasinskThe Ohio State UniversityJasinski_PumpkinVariety
Recent Developments in Herbicide Resistant Crops and Implications for Vegetable Growers Steve WellePurdue UniversityWeller_HerbResistantCrops
Reducing Energy Costs on Vegetable FarmsMichael BomfordKentucky State UniversityBomford_VegFarmEnergy
Supplying Plant Nutrients via Fertigation: Principles and Examples in Seedless Watermelon Shubin SahaPurdue UniversitySaha_Fertigation
Where do you find vegetable price information?Corinne Alexander and Michael VeldstraPurdue UniversityAlexander_VegetablePrices
collapse Program/Workshop : Good Agricultural Practices A to Z, 1/17/2012 ‎(7)
Animals and Animal Products Scott MonroePurdue Extension, Daviess CountyMonroe_ManureManagement
Documentation and RecordkeepingLiz MaynardPurdue UniversityMaynard_RecordKeeping
Food Safety Plans and Third Party Audits Liz MaynardPurdue University, Dept. of Horticulture and LAMaynard_FoodSafetyPlansandAudits
Introduction to GAPs Scott Monroe Purdue Extension, Daviess CountyMonroe_GAPsIntro
Possible Routes of Contamination of Fresh Produce and Methods of Post-Harvest SanitizationAmanda DeeringPurdue University, Dept. of Food ScienceDeering_RoutesofContamination
Traceability and RecallScott Monroe Purdue Extension, Daviess CountyMonroe_TraceabilityandRecall
Water Liz MaynardPurdue University, Dept. of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureMaynard_Water
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2013 ‎(11)
collapse Program/Workshop : Food Safety Workshop ‎(1)
Squeaky Clean in the Packinghouse: Benefits of a Successful Sanitation ProgramKevin KeenerPurdue Universitykeener_squeaky-clean-packinghouse_1_22_2013
collapse Program/Workshop : Fresh Vegetables ‎(4)
Dry Weather and DiseasesDan EgelPurdue University, SWPACegel_drought-and-disease_22_ jan jan.pdf
Pumpkin TrialsLiz Maynard, Jim Jasinski, Bob PrecheurPurdue University and Ohio State UniversityIN hort 2013pumpkinpics12_handout hort 2013pumpkinpics12_handout.pdf
Sweet Corn Variety EvaluationLiz MaynardPurdue Universitymaynard_12_sweetcornvar
Triploid Watermelon Variety TrialsShubin K. SahaPurdue University, SWPACsaha_SWPAC_3N_Watermelon_Trials_2012-IHC
collapse Program/Workshop : Irrigation Workshop ‎(4)
Irrigation Equipment OptionsLyndon KelleyMichigan State and Purdue Universitieskelley_Irrig_Equip_Opt_Hort_1-23-13
Irrigation for Fruit CoprsBruce BordelonPurdue Universitybordelon_Irrigation_for_Fruit
Irrigation for VegetablesShubin K. SahaPurdue University, SWPACsaha_Vegetable_Irrigation-IHC_2013
Water Sources for IrrigationLyndon KelleyMichigan State and Purdue Universitieskelley_water_sourcesv2_1-23-13
collapse Program/Workshop : Postharvest Care of Produce Workshop ‎(2)
ABCs of Harvest and PostharvestLiz Maynard and Shubin K. SahaPurdue Universitysaha-maynard_ABCs_Harvest_Postharvest
When does a farm become a 'facility'? Understanding federal rules.Katie ClaytonPurdue Universityclayton_When does a Farm become a Facility does a Farm become a Facility.pdf
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2014 ‎(10)
collapse Program/Workshop : Cool Season Crops ‎(5)
Cool Season Crops BasicsLiz MaynardPurdue Universitymaynard_cool-season-crops_ihc2014
Keeping Cool Season Crops Fresh for MarketScott SanfordUniversity of WisconsinsanfordKeepingCropsFreshforMarket
Lettuce Variety ScreeningLiz MaynardPurdue Universitymaynard_lettuce_variety_ihc2014
Managing Diseases in Cool Season Greens and Cole CropsDan EgelPurdue Universityegel_cool season veggies
Managing Insects in Cool Season Greens and Cole CropsRick FosterPurdue Universityfoster_ManagingInsectsinCoolSeasonCrops
collapse Program/Workshop : Food Safety Update ‎(2)
Experiences with Food Safety Inspections in Packing HousesAmanda Deering and Scott MonroePurdue UniversitydeeringIHC_2014
Food Safety Modernization Act: What Indiana Fruit and Vegetable Growers Need to KnowManpreet SinghPurdue Universitymanpreet_FSMA
collapse Program/Workshop : Fresh Vegetables ‎(3)
Design and Planning of On-farm Cold Storage FacilitiesScott SanfordUniversity of Wisconsinsanford_CropStorageFacilities-2014-Indiana
Managing Diseases in Vine CropsDan EgelPurdue Universityegel_IHCvines14-opt
Managing Weeds in Sweet Corn and Weed Management UpdateSteve WellerPurdue Universityweller_sweet corn2014final corn2014final6up.pdf
collapse Conference/Event : Indiana Horticultural Congress 2015 ‎(25)
collapse Program/Workshop : Focus on Peppers ‎(3)
Pepper BMPs:  My Experience Ron GoldyMichigan State Universitygoldy_PepperBMPs
Pepper Insect Management in 2015Rick FosterPurdue UniversityFoster_PepperInsects
Transplant Tray Cells -Does Size Matter?Ron GoldyMichigan State Universitygoldy_PepperTransplant
collapse Program/Workshop : Food Safety Focus on Cantaloupe ‎(11)
0 Development of a Sanitizing Treatment to Improve Safety and Quality of Indiana CantaloupeKevin KeenerPurdue UniversityKeener_SanitizingProcessforCantaloupe
1 Cantaloupe GAPs - IntroductionEllen Phillips1 2015 C-GAPs Intro-17
2 Cantaloupe GAPs - Microbes and TreatmentsKevin KeenerPurdue University2 2015 C-GAPs Microbes and treatment methods 43
3 Cantaloupe GAPs - Traceability, Food Safety Plans, and AuditsEllen Phillips3 2015 C-GAPs traceability food-safety-plan and audit 40
4 Cantaloupe GAPs - Health and HygieneLiz MaynardPurdue University4 2015 C-GAPs HealthHygiene 21
5 Cantaloupe GAPs - Site Selection and Soil AmendmentsEllen Phillips5 2015 C-GAPs Soil Amendments - manure and compost 36
6 Cantaloupe GAPs - Water in Field and Packing ShedLiz MaynardPurdue University6 2015 C-GAPs-Water 42-A
7 Cantaloupe GAPs - Sanitation for Field, Packing Shed and TransportScott MonroePurdue University7 2015 C-GAPs Harvest and Transport 41v2
H1 GAPs Resource Handout(handout at program)GAPsResourceHandout
H2 Sanitizers Approved for Wash or Process Water(handout at program)SanitizersApprovedforWashorProcessWatertwopagesAJD
H3 Preparing for an Audit(handout at program)PreparingforanAuditPurdueMonroe
collapse Program/Workshop : Food Safety for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ‎(3)
01 Federal Food Safety Regulations for Farms and Packinghouses: Where Are We?Manpreet SinghPurdue UniversitySingh_FSMAUpdate
02 ISDH Produce Safety Initiative: A Review of 2014Jennifer Coleman and JoAnna BeckIndiana State Department of HealthColeman_ISDH_ProduceSafetyInitiativeReview2014
03 Fresh Produce Safety - North Carolina ResearchChris GunterNorth Carolina State UniversityGunter_FreshProduceSafetyNCResearch
collapse Program/Workshop : High Tunnels ‎(1)
Winter Environments inHigh TunnelsLiz MaynardPurdue Universitymaynard_HT_ENV_WINTER_IHC2015
collapse Program/Workshop : Talking with Customers About GMO Crops & Organic Farming ‎(4)
Answering Consumers' Questions About AgricultureSteve HallettPurdue Universityhallett_Hort Congress 2015
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