Tomato Growers Identify Research Priorities

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The North Carolina Tomato Growers Association recently hosted the Winter Vegetable Meeting in February. Attendees were asked a series of 23 questions to identify research priorities and impacts of current recommended practices for tomato and vegetable production in the region.

Most attendees were from North Carolina, but Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee were also represented.

See a full summary of the 2022 Winter Vegetable Conference grower needs survey.

Tomato field in North Carolina

Tomato field in North Carolina

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Inga Meadows, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionInga MeadowsExtension Associate, Vegetable and Herbaceous Ornamental Pathology Call Inga Email Inga Entomology & Plant Pathology
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Mar 10, 2022
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