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I didn't receive any grower feedback on lessons learned from cucurbit DM
management.  If anyone does have anything to share, send it along and I'll
repost.

Ryan

On Fri, Jul 9, 2021 at 10:54 AM Evening Song Farm <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Hi all, with the threat of cucurbit downy mildew coming this way I thought
> to ask the listserv what you may have learned in previous years from
> attempts to prevent DM infection in cucurbits when disease pressure was
> early.  It would be helpful to hear any attempts that were not effective at
> controlling the disease, in addition to any practices that did seem to
> allow cucurbits to mature when DM was present.  If you have any thoughts
> about how previous experience informs your management approach for this
> year, that would be insightful to read too.
>
> I'll repost any responses by Saturday evening, thanks in advance!
>
> Ryan
>
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Ryan and Kara Fitzbeauchamp
(Ryan: He/Him) and (Kara: She/Her) What is this?
<https://lgbt.ucsf.edu/signature-samples>
Evening Song Farm
48 Nice Road   *(If you're driving, use 680 Shunpike Road to look up
directions)*
Cuttingsville VT 05738
(802) 492-6265 (landline)
(802) 585-7045

www.eveningsongcsa.com