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Greenhouse Tomatoes: Pest Management in Mississippi

Publication Number: P1861
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Greenhouse tomato growers produce vine ripe tomatoes at a time of year when homegrown tomatoes are not available. Many disease and insect pests can attack greenhouse-grown tomatoes and hurt both production and quality. Greenhouse tomato producers must be able to accurately scout for and identify these pests and know how to effectively and economically control them.



Department: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology, Central MS Research & Ext Center
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Portrait of Dr. Rebecca A. Melanson
Associate Extension Professor
Diseases of fruits, nuts, and vegetables
Portrait of Dr. Blake Layton, Jr.
Extension Professor
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