Monthly Archives: June 2016

Scout for potato leafhoppers

by Becky Sideman, UNH Extension Professor & Specialist, Vegetable & Berry Crops We’re seeing potato leafhoppers in New Hampshire now (last week of June, 2016), and it’s time to scout your fields. Hopperburn is a problem not only on potato, … Continue reading

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Between two rows: cover crops for perennial plants

by Olivia Saunders, UNH Extension Field Specialist, Carroll County If you’re a grape grower, raspberry producer or have a few blueberries, you may have wondered what grasses are best suited between your fruiting rows. Ideally, you want the ground between … Continue reading

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Agriculture & Natural Resources Business Institute coming up

UNH Cooperative Extension is accepting registrations for its Agriculture and Natural Resource Business Institute (ANRBI). Those interested in starting or expanding an agricultural or natural resource business are encouraged to attend this weekly course, which starts September 12 continuing through … Continue reading

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Leaf:fruit balance in blueberry

by Becky Sideman, UNH Extension Professor & Specialist, Vegetable & Berry Crops Every year around this time, one of the most common questions I get is about blueberry fruit load. It is very typical for some branches, or in some cases, … Continue reading

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