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4-H Vegetable Gardening. Unit One--For Beginners
(Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1979-10)
Highbush blueberry production : a guide for commercial growers in Virginia
(Virginia Cooperative Extension Service; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Extension Division, 1982-05)
Deals with practices for commercial production of highbush blueberries in Virginia.
Vegetables Recommended for Virginia
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
A list of vegetables that are recommended for growing in Virginia, includes remarks and disease resistance.
(Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1975-01)
Describes methods of crop production required in order to achieve the best crop yields for summer squash.
Response of Erect Blackberries to Improved Water and Nutrient Management
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
Discusses improving the growth and crop yield of blackberries by uniform and regularly applied soil moisture maintenance from early spring through summer, and by good soil-based plant nutrition.
Vegetables recommended for Virginia
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2000)
(Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1981-01)
Discusses design of solar greenhouses suited to Virginia climate. Additionally, argues the advantages and disadvantages of these greenhouse designs compared to traditional greenhouses.
Greenhouse Vegetable Schedules for Virginia with Artificial Soil Mixes
(Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1979-09)
Provides schedules and suggestions for growing greenhouse vegetables in Virginia, offers suggestions of fertilization rates, and offers cultural practices to conserve fuel in the production of greenhouse vegetables.
String Trellising of Tomatoes to Improve Quality and Profits
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2005-09-01)
Cages are very expensive, and single stem trellising requires several hundred hours of labor per acre to construct, many growers are now using a Florida system called "string trellising" or "string weaving." This publication ...
Greenhouse Vegetable Schedules for Virginia with Artificial Soil Mixes (Includes possible vegetables-bedding plant combinations)
(Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1974-12)
Provides schedules and possible vegetables-bedding plant combinations for use by greenhouse crop growers in Virginia. Also provides information on tomato varieties and yield in Virginia and practices to conserve fuel while ...