Resources

Publications and Reports

Egel, Dan. 2012. Five Steps for Healthy Garden Tomatoes. Purdue University Extension. BP-184W.

 


Egel, Dan, Amit Kumar Jaiswal, Sahar Abdelrazek, and Lori Hoagland. 2019. Managing Diseases of Tomato in the Midwest Using Organic Methods. eOrganic article. 

 

McKenzie, Laurie. 2014. How to Breed Tomatoes for Organic Agriculture. Organic Seed Alliance.

 

variety trial reports logoOrganic Variety Trial Database Tomato Reports.

 

Poster

TOMI posterTOMI Project Scientific Research Poster

 


Webinars

Hoagland, Lori. 2014. Selecting Organic Fresh-Market Tomatoes for the Midwest U.S.


 

Soil Health Impacts on Pest Management, September 16, 2016.

 


 

Tomato Varietal Improvement, March 7, 2017.


 

Using Biofungicides, Biostimulants and Biofertilizers, March 30, 2017.


 

Organic Tomato Seed Production, January 30, 2018.


 

Microbial Hitchikers on Seed: Friend or Foe?, February 17, 2018.


 

Organic Tomato Foliar Pathogens, March 21, 2018.

Blogposts

Colley, M. 2016. Breeding Better Tomatoes for Organic Farmers. Organic Seed Alliance.

Colley, M. 2017. Seed to Kitchen Event Highlights Organic Breeding. Organic Seed Alliance.

Hubbard, K. 2017. Evaluating the Fruits of our Labor. Organic Seed Alliance.

Hubbard, K. 2016. Why the Southeast Seed Movement Matters to Farmers Everywhere. Organic Seed Alliance.

Miller, K. 2019. Spring at the Research Farm. Organic Seed Alliance.