A range of farm sizes and marketing strategies.
Explore resources developed by Cornell faculty and Cornell Cooperative Extension field staff, as well as resources from other institutions and organizations, to help you succeed at organic vegetable production.
- Organic Production and IPM Guides for Vegetables
- Why Use Cover Crops
- Cover Crops Decision Tool
- Crop Rotations on Organic Farms
- Breeding Research and Education Needs Assessment for Organic Vegetable Growers in the Northeast
- Effective Spraying with Backpack Sprayers for Organic Growers
- Effective Spraying with Boom Sprayers for Organic Growers
- Nitrogen Fertility Options for Organic High Tunnels
- Cornell High Tunnel production
- Organic Vegetable Production website from Penn State
- Organic Vegetable Production website from the University of Maryland
- Reduced Tillage in Organic Systems Handbook - A handbook for improving soil health in both organic and conventional vegetable, row crop, and small grain systems is now available at no charge from Cornell Cooperative Extension and partners that made possible a popular field day event that served as the basis for the handbook.
- Raising organic broccoli in the East webinar - The Eastern Broccoli Project presented a live webinar aimed at those raising organic broccoli in the Eastern US and has made it available for playback. Topics include organic nutrition, weed and insect management, variety selection, and market options. More information on this topic may be found at easternbroccoli.org as well.
- Results of Efficacy Trials with Organic Products on Long Island
- Results of Efficacy Trials with Organic Products in Geneva, NY
- Screening Potato Varieties Commonly Grown by Organic Farmers for Susceptibility to Damage and Yield Reduction Caused by Potato Leafhopper
- Cauliflower Transplant Production Using Organic Media
- Cabbage Transplant Production Using Organic Media
- Organic Transplant Media and Tomato Performance, 2007
Integrated Pest Management
- Vegetable Cultural and IPM Practices
- Weed IPM from the NYS IPM Program
- Integrated Weed Management Practices for Controlling Unwanted Vegetation - article authored by Lynn M. Sosnoskie, Specialty Crop Weed Scientist, Horticulture
- Organic Management of Vegetable Diseases
- Organic Resources Vegetable IPM
- Organic Weed Management
- Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management
- Natural Enemies of Vegetable Insect Pests
- Managing pathogens inside seed with hot water
- Soil Solarization for Weed Control - Dr. Bryan Brown, NYSIPM Program video
- New York State IPM Program for Vegetables
- Cornell Vegetables Disease Factsheet + Articles
- "Clean Corn" for Organic and No-Spray Sweet Corn Growers
- Network for Environment and Weather Applications
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