MyIPM for Vegetables provides Integrated Pest Management (IPM) information for conventional and organic production of vegetable crops including, cucurbits (cantaloupe, cucumber, pumpkin, squash, watermelon) and tomatoes.

The target audience is commercial growers (conventional and organic), farm advisors, and specialists, but homeowners may also find useful information.

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Vegetable Contributors


Benjamin Aigner, Virginia Tech (Kuhar lab),
Thomas Bilbo, Clemson University,
Aaron Cato, University of Arkansas, 
Kimberly Cochran, Texas A & M University,
Hunter Collins, North Carolina State University (Quesada-Ocampo lab),
Bhabesh Dutta, University of Georgia,
Erin Eure, North Carolina State University,
Nicole Gauthier, University of Kentucky,
Adrienne Gorny, North Carolina State University,
Zachariah Hansen, University of Tennessee,
Megan Hennessey, University of Florida (Smith lab),
Anthony Keinath, Clemson University,
Thomas Kuhar, Virginia Tech,
Lorena Lopez, Virginia Tech,
Ayanava Majumdar, Auburn University,
Inga Meadows, North Carolina State University,
Rebecca A. Melanson, Mississippi State University,
Leighann Murray, North Carolina State University (Meadows lab),
Lina Quesada-Ocampo, North Carolina State University,
Yara Rosado, North Carolina State University (Quesada-Ocampo lab),
Steve Rideout, Virginia Tech,
Ed Sikora, Auburn University, 
Raghuwinder Singh, Louisiana State University,
Hugh Smith, University of Florida,
Gary Vallad, University of Florida,
Jim Walgenbach, North Carolina State University,
Lucy White, North Carolina State University (Meadows lab), 

Support and Development:
Michaela Lubbers, University of Georgia and Southern IPM Center,
Joe LaForest, University of Georgia and Southern IPM Center,

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