Effect of Winter Storage on Thrips Damage to Cabbage
Stoner, Kimberly; Shelton, Anthony
Approximately 30% of all cabbage grown in New York State is stored and sold during the winter and early spring. This practice ensures a continuous supply of cabbage for cole slaw, fresh market, and other purposes throughout the winter, and allows New York growers to compete with the fresh crop grown in the southern states in winter and spring.
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin121
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
cabbage thrip damage; winter cabbage storage