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Missouri Produce Growers

Timber Rot of Tomato (8/01/23)

David Trinklein     

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Timber rot is a sporadic but devastating disease of tomato that can cause significant plant and yield loss if cool weather and high humidity prevail for a long duration....learn more

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Produce Safety and Pesticide Safety Update (7/31/23)

Londa Nwadike  |  Read Time 5 MIN

The safety of the produce you grow, as well as the safety of those who grow the produce is always important. University of Missouri (MU) Extension is happy to help produce growers with both of these areas...learn more

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Growing Lavender in Missouri (7/11/23)

Kelly McGowan  |  Read Time 3 MIN

Lavender can be a viable crop for Missouri, but can also have some challenges. 2023 is the third year of lavender research being conducted by specialists from University of Missouri Extension...learn more

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Herbicide Drift and Specialty Crops (7/10/23)

Justin Keay  |  Read Time 8 MIN

After a 2019 statewide interview of Missouri specialty crop growers, it was clear that herbicide drift is a serious barrier to fruit and vegetable production expansion in Missouri...learn more

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