Association Activities

Secretary’s Report, 2016. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2015. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2014. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2013. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2012. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2011. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2010. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2009. (pdf)

Secretary’s Report, 2008. (pdf)

Research Supported by IVGA

2017: Supporting the Vegetable Industry Success: Marketing Tools for Farm Decision-Making, by A. Torres, Purdue Depts. of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and Agricultural Economics.

2015: Determining the efficacy of a red yeast, Sporobolomyces pararoseus, as a biological control agent on leafy greens and tomato, by A.J. Deering and M.C. Aime, Purdue Depts. of Food Science and Botany and Plant Pathology (report)

2015: Certification of a GAPs Trainer for Delivery of Produce Food Safety Training, J.S. Monroe, Purdue Extension (report)

2014: Prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes Naturally Present on Commercial Cantaloupe Seeds, A.J. Deering, H.F. Oliver and R.E. Pruitt, Purdue Food Science and Botany and Plant Pathology (report)

2014: Neonicotinoid Impact on Honey Bees (Apis mellifera) in Cantaloupe Production, K. Nixon and R. Foster, Purdue Entomology (report)

2013: Listeria monocytogenes Persistence and Movement in Cantaloupe Plants and Fruit, H.F. Oliver and A.J. Deering, Purdue Food Science (report)

2012: Tillage and Cover Crop Effects on Beneficial Insect Larvae, C. Blubaugh and I. Kaplan, Purdue Entomology (report)

2012: A Search for Weedy Sources of Virus Infection in Indiana Cucurbits, G. Angelella and I. Kaplan, Purdue Entomology (report)