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    • 1973 European red mite control evaluations 

      Lienk, S.; Minns, J. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-08)
      Although six species of tetranychid mites have been reported as attacking apple in New York, only the European red mite, Panonychus ulmi (Koch), is at present of general economic concern. Occasionally, the two-spotted ...
    • 1973 Field research report on Cabbage maggot, seedcorn maggot, and aster leafhopper 

      Eckenrode, C.; Robbins, P.; Webb, D. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-09)
      The threat of insecticide resistance, label cancellation of still-effective pesticides, and changing planting patterns dictate the need for continued evaluation of candidate materials for control of the cabbage maggot, ...
    • 1973 Sweet Corn Control Report 

      Straub, Richard (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-07)
      All tests were conducted in Ulster County, New York. Growing conditions in the spring of 1973 were characterized by exceedingly heavy rainfall; cold, wet soils; and cool temperatures. Due to these conditions, all plantings ...
    • 1974 insecticide research report in cabbage maggot, seedcorn maggot, aphids on lettuce, and phytotoxicity in cucumbers 

      Eckenrode, C.; Robbins, P.; Webb, D. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1975-08)
      Each year we conduct extensive insecticide screening tests for control of the cabbage maggot (CM), an important soil pest of crucifer crops. Diazinon, a phosphate pesticide of limited persistence, is this State's single ...
    • 'Abundance' Grape 

      Reisch, B.I.; Luce, R.S.; Henick-Kling, T.; Pool, R.M. (2003)
      This version of New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin Number 157 was never published since the grape variety was renamed. This variety was also called GR7, Rubiana and Geneva Red. This unpublished version is posted ...
    • Apple rootstock problems and potentials 

      Cummins, James; Norton, Richard (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-05)
      This publication is designed to assist the grower in anticipating problems which can occur with higher density orchards; such anticipation should enable the grower to avoid these pitfalls, to minimize the total effects ...
    • Apple varieties grown in New York State 

      Way, Roger (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1979-04)
      No apple variety is perfect. Each has its own special problems in growing; each must be handled differently. The grower must learn the peculiarities of each and adjust his cultural practices accordingly. Financial success ...
    • Apricots for New York State 

      Lamb, Robert; Stiles, Warren (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983)
      Apricots are a delicious fruit that probably would be grown more commonly if they were less frequently damaged by low winter temperatures and late spring frosts. Like peaches, the dormant blossom buds of apricots are ...
    • Assessing the Risk of Grape Berry Moth Attack in New York Vineyards 

      Hoffman, Chris; Dennehy, T. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1987)
      Research on assessing risk of grape berry moth (GBM) damage is the result of questions raised by New York State grape growers about: (1) the possibility of reducing expenditures on insecticides, (2) the possibility of ...
    • Basing European Red Mite Control Decisions on a Census of Mites Can Save Control Costs 

      Nyrop, Jan; Reissig, William (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1988)
      In this article, we first describe the pest status of ERM and the damage it causes to apple trees. We then discuss how treatment decisions for ERM can be based on a rapid census of mite populations in orchards.
    • Biology and Control of Cytospora Fungi in Peach Plantings 

      Rosenberger, D. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1982)
      This publication is designed to help peach growers understand and avoid cytospora canker. The information has been compiled from research publications and observations made by scientists, extension specialists, and growers. ...
    • Blister Spot of Apple 

      Burr, Thomas (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1982)
      Blister spot is a disease of apple fruit caused by the bacterium, Pseudomonas syringae pv. papulans (Rose) Dhanvantari. Although over 20 cultivars of apple have been reported as susceptible to the bacterium, the disease ...
    • 'Brandywine' purple raspberry 

      Ourecky, D. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1976-06)
      The purple raspberry is a hybrid between the red raspberry, Rubus ideaus strigosus, and the black raspberry, Rubus occidentalis. In many breeding programs, crosses have been made between the various colored fruited ...
    • Brighton and Eden-- two new peach varieties 

      Lamb, Robert (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-08)
      New York State, on the northern edge of the peach growing area, needs improved varieties of peaches. The best commercial varieties, presently available, are too subject to injury by low winter temperatures to bear full ...
    • Burgundy- An early fall, dark red apple 

      Way, Roger; Lamb, Robert (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-09)
      The Burgundy apple (N.Y. 161) originated from a cross made by R. C. Lamb in 1953, Monroex N.Y. 18491 (Macoun x Antonovka). A population of 357 seedlings from the cross was field planted in May 1955. As the seedlings ...
    • Cabbage Growth Stages 

      Andaloro, J.; Rose, K.; Shelton, A.; Hoy, C.; Becker, R. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983)
      This publication describes cabbage growth in terms of specific growth stages with appropriate terminology for each stage. Furthermore, we describe the susceptibility of these different stages to damage from various ...
    • Canadice and Glenora Seedless Grapes Named 

      Pool, R.; Watson, J.; Kimball, K.; Einset, J. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1977-09)
      A breeding program to produce seedless grapes was begun by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in 1919. A major goal of this program has been to combine the seedless character that is derived from winter ...
    • Cayuga White, the first of a Finger Lakes series of wine grapes for New York 

      Einset, John; Robinson, W. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-08)
      A changing and expanding grape industry has recently brought about considerable interest in variety evaluation and improvement. This is especially true in the Northeast and Great Lakes area where relatively few pure ...
    • 'Chardonel' Grape 

      Reisch, B.; Pool, R.; Robinson, W.; Henick-Kling, T.; Watson, J.; Kimball, K.; Martens, M.; Howell, G.; Miller, D.; Edson, C.; Morris, J. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1990)
      'Chardonel' resulted from the cross, 'SeyvaT x 'Chardonnay,' made in 1953. Fruit were first observed in 1958, and the original vine was propagated in 1960 under the number NY 45010. In later testing, it was re-named GW ...
    • 'Chem-News' An On-Line Pesticide Information Program 

      Smith, W.; Carruthers, R.; Barnard, J. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983)
      Computerization of pesticide information is rapidly becoming a necessity as regulatory agencies expand their activities through enforcement, monitoring, and certification of pesticide applicators. Educational institutions ...