Diverse vegetable production systems in Washington State range from large-scale, processed vegetable production in Central Washington (e.g., potatoes for french fries) to diversified fresh-market vegetable production, to vegetable seed production. These systems range from traditional conventional production to integrated to organic and are significant for local, regional, national, global and processed markets. Each of these production systems as well as sub-regions of Washington state have unique challenges to sustainable production. CSANR has supported research on a variety of vegetable production issues including fertility, nutrition, crop protection, diversification and soil quality.

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