University of Georgia researchers have now developed a faster way to detect the presence of Fusarium wilt.
Fusarium wilt is not a new problem, but it’s a more prevalent problem now than it previously was.
Georgia watermelon growers aspire to produce high yields of a sweet crop, but they shouldn’t ignore firmness and texture.
NIFA invests $1.8M in methyl bromide transition research, outreach
Aspects of organic watermelon production, such as breeding and spacing, are being studied
When it comes to watermelon, one of the ongoing and increasing challenges is fusarium wilt. Source: Research Begins on Fusarium Wilt Affecting Watermelon – VSC NEWS