Tip: join a commodity association relevant to your operation. This provides a place to ask specific question and network with other farmers. Check out the full list of association here.

New England Vegetable Management Guide - a comprehensive guide to current production and pest management techniques for commercial vegetable crops.

New England Tree Fruit Management Guide  - an evolving/living Management Guide where changes can occur any time. Not all Chapters and sub-Chapters are complete, however, we are continually updating with new information and attempting to give you the most recent crop protectant recommendations.

New England Small Fruit Management Guide  - this guide is intended for commercial farmers to provide information on pest management practices for small fruit crops in New England. Both chemical and non-chemical pest control measures are suggested. 

New England Greenhouse Floriculture Guide - a 250+ page publication that has been the reference-of-choice for hundreds of greenhouse growers throughout the Northeast since its inception. The manual presents biological, cultural and chemical management information for insects, diseases, weeds and plant growth regulation.

UConn IPM  - educates growers and the general public about the judicious and safe use of organic and synthetic pesticides and alternative pest control methods. The program incorporates all possible crop management and pest management strategies through knowledgeable decision-making, utilizing the most efficient landscape and on-farm resources, and integrating cultural and biological controls.

UConn Plant Diagnostic Laboratory  - diagnoses plant problems including diseases, insect pests and abiotic causes.  Techniques used for diagnosis include visual inspection, digital images, microscopy, incubation, baiting, culture, nematode services, and serological tests.

USDA Certified Organic Standards - find information about how to become certified, organic practices, and Organic Cost Share Program.

Sea Grant - a national network comprised of 34 university-based and consortium programs and The Sea Grant Collection housed at the NOAA Central Library. Sea Grant programs are based mainly at flagship universities in U.S. coastal and Great Lake states and territories

Cornell's Pollinator Network - provides honey bee research, educational programs, and support to beekeepers across New England.