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Current IPM Priority Issues (Vegetables)

A bunch of potatoes

Potatoes

A pile of onions.

Onions

  • Weed control, including novel and integrated techniques
  • Solutions to storage rots
  • Insect and disease identification
  • Management of onion thrips and Iris yellow spot virus

Two dirty carrots that have twisted and grown together.

Carrots

  • Addressing cavity spot and root-knot nematode

A bunch of corn with one part of the husk pulled away.

Sweet Corn, Green Pea, and Beans

  • Seedcorn maggot control
  • Corn earworm control
  • Spider mite control
  • Integrated weed control, including rotational strategies

Seedlings of nightshade in tiny pots.

Solanaceous and Cucurbits