In Mississippi, a number of vegetables are produced commercially. Many of these vegetables are grown in the field, but some vegetables, particularly tomatoes, are produced in enclosed structures (high tunnels and greenhouses). Many vegetables are also very popular in home gardens. Vegetable production, whether for commercial or personal use, is not always an easy task. A variety of disorders, insects, diseases, and pests may cause problems during any given season and may damage a crop leading to reduced or poor-quality yields.
The information available on the linked pages is intended to provide valuable information about vegetable diseases and management for the home gardener and commercial grower. All MSU Extension publications that contain information on or related to disease management in vegetables are listed on the Vegetable Disease Publications page. Events at which vegetable disease information will be presented are listed on the Vegetable Disease Calendar page. Updates or reminders pertaining to the occurrence or management of vegetable diseases as they may occur or become available will be posted on the Vegetable Disease Updates page.
RAYMOND, Miss. -- Commercial vegetable growers have a new mobile-based resource to help them manage pests and diseases in their crops. The MyIPM for Vegetables app is the latest in the MyIPM app series. MyIPM for Vegetables currently offers resources for tomatoes and cucurbits, which includes cucumbers, pumpkins, squash and watermelons.