ID

456-420 (AREC-203P)

Authors as Published

Ramón A. Arancibia, Assistant Professor, Horticulture; Mark S. Reiter, Associate Professor, Nutrient Management; Steve L. Rideout, Associate Professor, Plant Pathology; Tom P. Kuhar, Professor, Entomology; Laura K. Strawn, Assistant Professor, Food Microbiology; Charles W. Cahoon, Assistant Professor, Weed Science; James A. Parkhurst, Associate Professor, Wildlife; David B. Langston, Jr., Professor, Plant Pathology; R. Allen Straw, Area Specialist, Horticulture; Jayesh Samtani, Area Specialist, Small Fruit


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PDF files are available from the list at right.  

Archived Commercial Vegetable Production Recommendations can be accessed from: http://www.sites.ext.vt.edu/newsletter-archive/.

Note: Commercial products are named in this publication for information purposes only. Virginia Cooperative Extension does not guarantee or warrant these products, nor do they imply approval of these products to the exclusion of others that also may be suitable.


New varieties of vegetables are constantly being developed throughout the world and it is impossible to list and describe all of them, only those that are available and are adapted to the mid-Atlantic region are listed in this publication. While all efforts are made to have comprehensive lists, not all varieties that are adapted will be listed. Varieties are listed for each specific crop in Section F, either alphabetically or in order of relative time to maturity from early to late (see table footnotes). Those varieties that are new or that have had limited release will have the designation “trial” and should be evaluated in smaller plantings before being grown more extensively. The ultimate value of a variety for a particular purpose is determined by the grower: performance under his or her management adaptation to specific environmental conditions, and having desired horticultural characteristics.


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Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia State University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture cooperating. Edwin J. Jones, Director, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg; M. Ray McKinnie, Administrator, 1890 Extension Program, Virginia State University, Petersburg.

Publication Date

March 6, 2017