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2004 Specialty Crops Program Projects

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2003 Specialty Crops Program Projects

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2002 Specialty Crops Program Projects

2001 Specialty Crops Program Projects

peppers

Evaluation of Hispanic Vegetables for Commercial Production. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. J. Davis

grape tomatoes on the vine

New Grape Tomato Variety Evaluations for Eastern NC. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. D. Sanders

super hot peppers

Development of Production Practices for Super Hot Peppers. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. D. Sanders

strawberry fruit

Development of Off-Season Greenhouse Strawberry Production. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. B. Poling

harvested sweetpotatoes

Evaluation of Boniato Sweetpotatoes for Commercial Production. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. C. Yencho & K. Pecota

blackberries

Evaluation of New Blackberry Varieties. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. G. Fernandez

blueberries

Development of an Off-Season Blueberry Production System. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. G. Fernandez & J. Ballington

golden beauty melons

Determining the Optimum Harvest Time for Golden Beauty Melons. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. J. Schultheis

red kernel sweet corn

Production and Marketing of Red Kernel Sweet Corn. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. J. Schultheis

yellow seedless watermelon

Evaluation of New Varieties of Yellow and Orange Seedless Watermelon. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. J. Schultheis

sliced and whole melons

New Specialty Melon Trial. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. J. Schultheis

pyrethrum flowers

Study of the Feasibility of NC Pyrethrum Production. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston; Upper Mountain Research Station, Laurel Springs; Piedmont Research Station, Salisbury; and Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station, Fletcher. J. Davis

herb plant

Study of a Variety of Sun-Requiring Medicinal Herbs. Upper Piedmont Research Station, Reidsville. J. Davis

peaches on tree

Evaluation of White Flesh Peach Varieties for Eastern NC (observational). Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. J. Davis

person holding roots

Development of Commercial Cultivation Systems for Goldenseal and Black Cohosh and Their Influence on Herb Quality. NC State University campus, Raleigh; Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station, Fletcher, and on-farm in Graham County. D. Danehower & J. Davis

sunflowers

Evaluation of Sunflowers for Crop Mazes. Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station, Fletcher. J. Davis & L. Hass

sea oats

Propagation of Sea Oats; Encouraging Flowering through Inland Production. Cunningham Research Station, Kinston. D. Nash & J. Davis

bloodroot plant

Development of a Cultivation System for Bloodroot in Western NC. Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station, Fletcher. J. Davis

On-Farm Replicated Studies and Trial Production with County Agents and Specialists

  • Specialty Melon Trial. Nash County. C. Wilder
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Wilson County. B. Little
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Pasquotank Co. T. Campbell
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Columbus County. M. Parker
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Moore County. T. Williams
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Onslow County. J. Morton
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Carteret County. L. Wimpfheimer
  • Specialty Melon Trial. Wake County. M. Dunn
  • Honeydew Melon Trial. Sampson County. A. Thornton
  • Pyrethrum Trial. Perquimans County. T. Dyson
  • Non-Timber Forest Products Trials. Graham County. R. Collins
  • Medicinal Herb-Support for Research Station Study.
    Rockingham Co. K. Holmes
  • Sunflower Maze. Alexander County. L. Rogers
  • Pyrethrum Trials. Madison County. R. Young
  • Pyrethrum-Support for Research Station Study.
    Ashe and Alleghany Counties. B. Edwards
  • Pyrethrum-Support for Research Station Study. Rowan
    County. D. Blackwelder
  • Lettuce Production in Float Beds. Pamlico Co. F. May
  • Super Hot Pepper Production On-Farm. Wayne, Lenoir, Greene, Wilson,
    and Sampson Counties. B. Jester

Reviewed by Jeanine Davis, NC Alternative Crops & Organics Program, Department of Horticultural Science, NC State University 3/17/2022.