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vegetable researchThe value of New York’s vegetable production is greater than $461 million for the fresh and processing markets. The leading crops in New York are cabbage, sweet corn and onions, with significant acreage dedicated to tomatoes, pumpkins, cucumbers, squash, green peas for processing, and cauliflower. NYSAES extension provides the following resources to support safe and efficient vegetable production:

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