1. 01-01-1994 This book lists some important, common, and potential pests of vegetables in the Southeastern United States including how to manage and control these pests.
  2. This book reveals the vast array of troubles which can affect the vegetable plot. Some of them are pests and diseases, but not all--split tomatoes, blown sprouts and bolted onions do not appear in the pest charts but they are nevertheless important vegetable troubles. The purpose of the guide is...
  3. This book is an attempt to organize this vast amount of information and present it in a form which also embodies the authors' many years of teaching and practical field experience. The pertinent facts about the history, causes, and symptoms of each pathogen are given, and the control measures...
  4. This book explains how to identify and manage the major field and postharvest diseases affecting 18 vegetable crops. Each disease of each crop is illustrated with colour photographs. The text describes the symptoms of each disease, its importance, the means of infection and spread, and control...
  5. This book will help to pinpoint and treat specific nutritional deiciencies in your plants. Book 2 explains deficiency symptoms of magnesium, copper, manganese, zinc, sulfur and iron.
  6. The definitive work on vegetable nutrition - nothing else we've seen comes close! Illustrates plant deficiency symptoms using more than 800 color photographs. Includes three volumes of detailed descriptions that teach what each nutrient does for plants and how to recognize the first and...
  7. The aim of this publication is to help in the diagnosis of vegetable diseases. It describes many major diseases that have distinctive symptoms.
  8. 01-01-1992 The vegetables listed in this publication can be divided into cool and warm season vegetables based on their optimum growing season and planting dates.
  9. Book 3 explains deficiency symptoms of the following nutrients: Boron and Molybdeunum plus salinity, two or more deficiency symptoms, grow-box gardening, and Index.
  10. Part of the NOFA Guides. Includes information on: Basic concepts of pest control (host susceptibility, soil health, genetic resistance, ecosystem factors) Practical approaches (crop cultural practices, rescue treatments, special section on mammals and birds, food safety) Farm design for pest...