July 6th, 2020 – Downy Mildew was identified today in a commercial cucumber field in Kent County, Ontario.
Risk remains high now that the disease has been confirmed in Ontario despite hot, dry weather. Continue Reading Cucumber Downy Mildew has now been Confirmed in Kent County, Ontario
Downy mildew has been confirmed in a pickling cucumber crop in Berrien county, in Southwest Michigan. Cucumber downy mildew has NOT been identified in Ontario, but the risk is high. Growers are advised to use a downy mildew specific fungicide program, if this hasn’t been started. Continue Reading Cucumber Downy Mildew Confirmed in the Great Lakes Region 22 Jun 2020
If you wish to maintain strong populations of hoary squash bees on your farm next year and the following years, please plant at least an acre of pumpkin or squash on your farm. Continue Reading Maintaining Pumpkin and Squash Pollinators through 2020
Kristen Obeid, OMAFRA, Weed Management Specialist – Horticulture Asparagus growers are lucky because they have a large number of herbicides… Continue Reading The Time is Now to Apply Pre-Emergent Herbicides in Asparagus