New Southeastern Vegetable Crop Handbook Now Available Online

Posted On February 6, 2018— Written By
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2018 Southeastern Vegetable Crop Handbook

2018 Southeastern Vegetable Crop Handbook

What vegetable varieties are proven to perform in the Southeastern region? How do I control late blight on tomatoes? What are the general fertility recommendations for sweetpotatoes? What is the common in-row spacing for broccoli? Answers to questions like this and thousands more can be found in the latest edition of the Southeastern US Vegetable Crop Handbook. This is an amazing resource that is always available to you online.

Hard copies will also be available soon.

Vegetables, garlic some culinary herbs, and hops are all included.

This is a unique resource that is written, revised, and reviewed annually by extension specialists from across the Southeast. And a big thank you to all our corporate sponsors who make this possible!