Pacific Northwest Vegetable Extension Group

of Washington State University, Oregon State University, and University of Idaho

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PNW-VEG Objectives (Poster)

  • Assist with diagnoses of vegetable diseases, pests, and other problems
  • Coordinate vegetable disease, pest, and production research and extension activities in the Pacific Northwest
  • Provide growers and gardeners with resources to manage vegetable diseases, pests, and abiotic problems in environmentally-sound ways
  • Publish new information about vegetable pathogens, pests and other problems; and their biology and management
  • Serve the region’s fresh vegetable, processing vegetable, and vegetable seed crop industries

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The Pacific Northwest Vegetable Extension Group received the 2012 Interdisciplinary Team award from the WSU College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS); from left, Carol Miles (horticulturist), Dan Bernardo (CAHNRS Dean), Debbie Inglis (plant pathologist), and Lindsey du Toit (plant pathologist).


Vegetable Resource Highlights


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WSU Mount Vernon NWREC, 16650 State Route 536, Mount Vernon, WA 98273-4768, 360-848-6120
Contact Us: Lindsey du Toit and Carol Miles