Smooth Criminal summer squash (left) and First Love melon. Credit: Seneca Vegetable Research and High Mowing Organic Seeds.
March 18, 2019
DURHAM, N.H.—Gardeners preparing to plant their fruits and vegetables have several new pumpkin, squash, and melon varieties to choose from this year that were developed at the University of New Hampshire by a researcher who leads the longest, continuous squash and pumpkin breeding program in North America. Brent Loy, emeritus professor of plant genetics, continues his ground-breaking plant breeding work as NH Agricultural Experiment Station researcher. His most recent work has resulted in the... - Read Full Article

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