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    • IPM for Homes: How To Use Integrated Pest Management To Uninvite Residential Pests 

      Koplinka-Loehr; Carrie (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      Advice on how to manage common indoor and garden pests around the home.
    • IPM for New York State Ants 

      Braband, Lynn; Klass, Carolyn (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      The objective of this project was to develop a Power Point presentation on IPM approaches for carpenter ants and the most common nuisance ants in New York State structures. Withdrawal of grant funds due to severe budget ...
    • IPM Implementation and Education in our Community 

      Claypoole, E. (New York State IPM Program, 2009)
      There is a substantial need for pest management education in Wayne County as demonstrated by the type of questions we receive from consumers on our gardening hotline each year and by the type of presentation requests we ...
    • IPM Implementation on School Grounds 

      Grant, Jennifer; Marvin, Debra (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      A three-year project at the North Syracuse Central School District is complete. In partnership with Paula Shrewsbury at the University of Maryland, we conducted systems comparisons to determine the efficacy and cost ...
    • IPM Implementation Project - Continuing Using NEWA Internet Resources To Increase Use of Onion IPM 

      MacNeil, Carol R.; Gibbons, John P. (New York State IPM Program, 2003)
      Growers on 5 onion farms received a review on how to access information from NEWA and they were assisted in incorporating NEWA disease and weather forecasts, as well as field scouting, into their crop protection decision-making ...
    • IPM in New York Apple Orchards- Development, Demonstration, and Adoption 

      Tette, James; Kovach, John; Schwarz, M.; Bruno, D. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1987)
      This paper attempts to document the development, demonstration, and adoption of (IPM) principles over a 14-year period. It summarizes the results and events associated with each of the three phases. Previous publications ...
    • IPM In-depth: Improving Crop Management in NY Greenhouses and Nurseries through Hands-on Workshops 

      Lamb, Elizabeth; Eshenaur, Brian; Couch, Gary (New York State IPM Program, 2008)
      Thirty-one growers, from retail greenhouses, wholesale greenhouses, nurseries, and garden centers, attended the first IPM In-depth program of hands-on workshops, in association with the Floriculture Field Day in Ithaca. ...
    • IPM In-depth: Improving Crop Management in NY Greenhouses and Nurseries through Hands-on Workshops 

      Lamb, E.; Eshenaur, B. (New York State IPM Program, 2009)
      Building on the success of the annual, campus based IPM In-depth workshop, (a hands-on educational program for growers) we proposed, and received funding from the New York Farm Viability Institute for, adding a series of ...
    • IPM Interpretive Trail at Conley Park 

      Koplinka-Loehr, Carrie; Hoffman, Michael; Grant, Jennifer; Marvin, Debra (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      Protecting water quality in Cayuga Lake and in its tributaries can be enhanced by teaching watershed residents and landscapers IPM—ways to manage lawns and gardens with alternatives to chemical pesticides. Through this ...
    • IPM Labeling and TracApple 

      Carroll, Juliet; Petzoldt, Curt (New York State IPM Program, 2005)
      1. Overall Goal: The overall goal is to assist farmers in capturing consumer demand for environmentally healthy and sustainable foods, and for increasing the market availability of those foods. 2. Specific Objectives: ...
    • IPM Update List-serves for Greenhouse and Christmas Tree Growers 

      Lamb, Elizabeth (New York State IPM Program, 2013)
      Growers’ requests for a system of ‘pest alerts’ led to the development of the Christmas Tree and Greenhouse IPM Updates email list-serves. The approximately weekly emails include information on disease, insect, and weed ...
    • IPM Vegetable Web Log 

      Rusinek, T. (New York State IPM Program, 2006)
      Grower - to grower information sharing has proved to be an effective teaching tool that is increasingly promoted by educational institutions and requested by growers.  Growers in the Hudson Valley and Capital District have ...
    • IPM Workbook for New York State Schools 

      Stauffer, Steve; Ferrentino, Rod; Koplinka-Loehr, Carrie; Sharpe, Katey (New York State IPM Program, 1998)
      A reference tool in offices or schools when planning and implementing an IPM program and approaches. In general, the purpose of the workbook is to provide a broad-based source of information on IPM concepts and elements ...
    • IPSC-MATLAB Reference Manual 

      Chinchalkar, Shirish (Cornell University, 1992-09)
      IPSC-MATLAB is a programming environment for running MATLAB programs on the Intel iPSC/860 hypercube. The system is designed such that the user can execute computationally intensive poitions of MATLAB programs on ...
    • Iris melanoma in a cat : a case report and controversy 

      Goldberg, Katherine J. (2004-03-10)
      Hobbes presented to Cornell on 9/18/03 for a recheck examination of iris pigmentation OS which had first appeared one year prior. The pigmentation was examined by both the RDVM and a veterinary ophthalmologist in March, ...
    • IRM Enforcement of Java Stack Inspection 

      Erlingsson, Ulfar; Schneider, Fred B (Cornell University, 2000-02-19)
      Two implementations are given for Java's stack-inspection access-control policy. Each implementation is obtained by generating an inlined reference monitor (IRM) for a different formulation of the policy. Performance of ...
    • Iron (Fe) Bioavailability from Mung Beans: Effects of Household Processing and Form of Fe Fortificants 

      Endraiyani, Vidya (2008-07-03)
      Mung beans (Vigna radiata) constitute a popular crop in Southeast Asian countries but contain phytates, and polyphenols that impair Fe absorption. One of the key causes of Fe deficiency is poor bioavailability of dietary ...
    • Iron Absortpion In Pregnant And Non-Pregnant Women And Mechanisms Of Placental Iron Transfer 

      Young, Melissa (2011-01-31)
      Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world , with highest rates in pregnant women and young children. Despite the magnitude and severity of iron deficiency, there remains gaps in our knowledge ...
    • Iron Bioavailability In India: Historical Perspectives And Current Concerns 

      Nyhus, Christina Mayer (2009-05-22)
      Indian women and children continue to suffer the highest rates of anemia in the world the despite economic and agricultural growth of the past four decades. High rates of iron deficiency anemia are attributed to low iron ...