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John Zandstra

Fruit and Vegetable Cropping Systems
College Research Professor

Degrees:

M.Sc. (Agr.) Environmental Biology - University of Guelph
B.Sc. (Agr.) Environmental Biology - University of Guelph

Research Interests:

  • Fruit and vegetable cropping systems with reduced environmental impact
  • Season extension of Ontario fruit crops
  • New crop development
  • Expansion of the garlic industry in Ontario

Research Associates:

Allison Tazier
Phone: 519-674-1500 x63601
ataziar@uoguelph.ca
Greg Watt
Phone: 519-676-0832
gwatt@uoguelph.ca

Teaching:

I teach in the Agriculture Diploma at Ridgetown Campus. Courses include:

Recent Publications and Reports:

2018 2018 Processing Pea Cultivar Evaluations - Results of the 2018 processing pea cultivar evaluations on Ridgetown Campus (early and late plantings)

2018 2018 Processing Cucumber Cultivar Evaluation - This report details the experimental design, analysis, and results of the 2018 parthenocarpic processing cucumber cultivar trial at Ridgetown Campus. Presented results include yield breakouts and length/diameter ratios.

2017 Processing Cucumber Evaluation - 2017 - Experimental design and results of the 2017 processing cucumber cultivar trial at Ridgetown Campus.

2017 2017 Processing Pea Cultivar Evaluation - Results of the 2017 processing pea cultivar trial at Ridgetown Campus.

2015 2015 Processing Pea Cultivar Evaluation - Early Planting

View the complete list of reports by John Zandstra on the reports page.

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