Vermicompost and Pythium Suppression
Allison L.H. Jack’s research on Vermicompost and Pythium Suppression. Click on the thumbnail to view the video on YouTube.
Click on the links below to look through our research.

 

Vermicompost Comparison WP vs Others

Growth trial comparing WP to other leading VC competitors (more info coming)

Study conducted by Dr. Neil Mattson and Stephanie Beeks, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University »

 

Vermicompost Comparison WP vs Bait VC

Growth trial comparing WP to a leading bait industry VC

Study conducted by Dr. Neil Mattson and Stephanie Beeks, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University »

 

Worm Power Trial at Cornell

Work done on Tomato, Pepper, Petunia and Snapdragon (germination) using VC and VC extract

Study conducted by Dr. Neil Mattson and Stephanie Beeks, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University »

 

Cornell Vermicomposting

Read more about it here »

 

How does Vermicompost Protect Plants from Disease?

Allison L. H. Jack, Eric A. Carr, Thomas Herlihy, Eric B. Nelson
Cornell University Department of Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe Biology, RT Solutions, LLC »

 

Microbial Interference of Zoosporogenesis of the Oomycete Plant Pathogen Pythium Aphanidermatum

Eric A. Carr and Eric B. Nelson
Cornell University Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology »

 

Cabbage Transplant Production Using Organic Media at Cornell University

Anu Rangarajan and Betsy Leonard
Cornell University, Department of Horticulture
Allison Jack, Cornell University, Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology »

 

Impact of Temperature on Performance of Vermicompost Amended Transplant Media for Growth of Vegetable Seedlings

Anu Rangarajan and Betsy Leonard
Cornell University, Department of Horticulture »

 

Organic Transplant Media and Tomato Performance 2007 

Betsy Leonard and Anu Rangarajan
Dept. of Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853 »