FVGO works for fresh vegetable growers in the area of research

The FVGO has allocated almost $2 million for research projects that support the fresh vegetable industry. The FVGO contributes to this research through the Canada Ontario Research & Development (CORD IV). These projects will enhance the wellbeing of the industry.

Research Projects Links

1739 Development of new uses for Ontario VegetablesPDF
1625 Nutrient Management Selected Fresh Vegetable CropsPDF
9011 Value of Cover CropsPDF Nitrogen cycling, soil quality & pest management
9012 Waste Vegetable FeedstockPDF Production of Biogas via Anaerobic Biodigestion
9013 Interactions Between Fertilization Pests of Vegetable CropsPDF
9014 Belgian Endive in OntarioPDF Maintaining & Improving quality
9070 Education Resources Healthy Eating and NutritionPDF
9078 Improving Irrigation Water Use Efficiency in Fresh VegetablesPDF
9077 Assessing the Applicability of Soil Health Testing of Fresh Vegetable SoilPDF
9019 Role of Soil Arthropods in vegetable agro ecosystemsPDF
1733 Healthy Nutrition for KidsPDF
9021 Nutritional and Health BenefitsPDF Past, Present & Future
9022 Managing Transplant Size Advance Field MaturityPDF Tomatoes & Peppers
9023 Control Plant Parasitic NematodesPDF Vegetables & Herb Production
9024 Crop Management Research on Crucifer and Low Acreage CropsPDF
9082 FVGO Retailer Relationship StrategyPDF
9025 Enhanced Weed ManagementPDF Crucifier, Root & Leafy Vegetables
9026 Weed ManagementPDF Carrots, Red Beets, Vine Crops, Cole Crops, Tomatoes, Peppers and Sweet Corn
1724 Evaluation of Biodegradable MulchesPDF In Fresh Market Sweet Corn & Pepper production
8749 Development of an Integrated Pest Management Program for Cole CropsPDF
1623 Regional IPM MonitoringPDF For Fresh Vegetables
9018 Airborne Ascospores and Disease RiskPDF Storage Rot of Carrot
9020 IPM Diagnostic ServicesPDF Root, Bulb & leafy Vegetables
9073 Establishing a Pre Sidedress Soil Nitrogen TestPDF (PSNT) for Peppers
9074 Alternative Herbicides PDF Control of Linuron Resistant Pigweeds in Carrots
9072 Effect of Impact Herbicide CarryoverPDF On High Value Crops
9075 Evaluation of Novel herbicides for Broadleaf weed controlPDF In carrots grown on muck soils
9069 Evaluation of Controlled Release FertilizersPDF For Vegetable Production
9010 Field Operational AssistancePDF Summer Students
8747 IPM Delivery and DiagnosticsPDF Services to the Root, Bulb and Leafy Vegetable Sector
8748 Comprehensive pest management program for Allium cropsPDF
8750 Evaluation of Herbicides on Fresh Market VegetablesPDF for Future Minor-Use Applications
8751 Evaluation of Herbicides on Fresh Market Sweet CornPDF For control of Wild Proso Millet
8780 Improved Management of Lettuce DiseasesPDF
8781 Powdery Mildew Management In Fresh PeasPDF
8866 Leek MothPDF
8867 Communications and Marketing PlanPDF
8900 Herb Production TrialsPDF
8920 Operational Assistance Leek MothPDF
8921 Operational Assistance SurveyPDF
8922 Powdery Mildew On Peas and SpinachPDF
8923 Operational Assistance Reduced Risk HerbicidesPDF
8924 Initiation of an IPM ProgramPDF
8925 Control of Sclerotia Forming FungiPDF
8934 Herb Xchange Survey and Business ModelPDF
8963 Novel Post Harvest TechnologiesPDF
8899 Verified Health Quality VHQPDF