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Linking Cover Crops, Plant Pathogens, and Disease Control in Organic Tomatoes

Cover crops have many described uses, but choosing the right one for your operation is not a simple matter. Management costs need to be compared to their utility; e.g. for disease control. The results of field experiments conducted in NY, OH, and MD evaluating different cover crops for tomato production will be discussed.

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When Jan 21, 2013
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
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by Brian McSpadden Gardener of the Ohio State University. Cover crops have many described uses, but choosing the right one for your operation is not a simple matter. Management costs need to be compared to their utility; e.g. for disease control. The results of field experiments conducted in NY, OH, and MD evaluating different cover crops for tomato production will be discussed.

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