Cornell Vegetable MD Paper: In High Tunnels, Diseases Are What You Make Them. Great overview of ways to reduce disease in your high tunnel, and possible problems you might encounter!

Managing Diseases of Organic Tomatoes in Greenhouses and High Tunnels. Good overview from the national eXtension website.

Not sure if folks up here have dealt with this, but just in case – a paper from Cornell on Winter Aphid Management for winter greens in high tunnels.|greenhouse_tunnels

From American Vegetable Grower in 2012, 20 practices to reduce disease in your high tunnel – Zero Disease Tolerance in High Tunnels. (compiled by Cornell University)|greenhouse_tunnels

From the Minnesota High Tunnel Production Manual for Commercial Growers:  Plant Diseases in High Tunnels: Their Pathology and Control (PDF). Originally from Pennsylvania State University.

High Mowing Seeds blog post on Disease Prevention in High Tunnel Production.

Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) fact sheet on Garden Weeds (PDF). Not high tunnel specific, but helpful nonetheless!

University of California Integrated Pest Management Online Natural Enemies Gallery.

Pacific Northwest Insect Management Handbook online.

Alternative to chemical pesticides and other pest information from the Pesticide Action Network.

Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management (order online - $20) from the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA)