Our research, demonstrations, education, and outreach are part of a comprehensive plan to make IPM the safe, effective pest management solution for all of us who live or work in New York. Focusing on both agricultural and community IPM offers us the opportunity to help strengthen the connection between you and the people who produce your food, and to draw attention to the fact that the need for pest management is universal, as are its risks. We work with Cornell University faculty and programs, Cornell Cooperative Extension, growers, school staff and teachers, pest control operators, businesses, nonprofits, and state, local, and tribal governments.

These eCommons collections provide a living archive of NYS IPM Program materials, dynamically linked to and searchable/browsable from our website here: http://www.nysipm.cornell.edu. Additional information about the program is also available there.

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Recent Submissions

  • Quantifying Benefits of Biofungicides in Vegetable Disease Management 

    Dunn, Amara; Buck, Elizabeth; McGrath, Meg; Stewart, Chrystal (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2019)
    The primary goal of this project was to generate data on the efficacy and economic impacts of incorporating biofungicides into management of two important vegetable diseases: cucurbit powdery mildew and white mold. Another ...
  • Demonstrating Creation of Habitat for Beneficial Insects – Year 2 (2019) 

    Dunn, Amara; Eshenaur, Brian; Lamb, Elizabeth (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2019)
    Many people are interested in protecting pollinators by creating good habitat for them. The same habitat (flowers and grasses of varied shapes and sizes that provide blooms throughout the growing season) is also good for ...
  • New Crop Rotation Recommendations for Swede Midge 

    Hoepting, Christy; Vande Brake, Sarah (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2020)
    Swede midge (Contarinia nasturtii) is an invasive insect that can seriously damage plants in the family Brassicaceae, which includes broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kohlrabi, and kale. Larval feeding on brassica crops ...
  • Black Stem Borer 

    Agnello, Arthur (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2020)
    The black stem borer is an introduced species from eastern Asia that first was detected in NY in greenhouse-grown grape stems in 1932, but has since been documented in most parts of the US. A member of the group known as ...
  • Community IPM Outreach Efforts for 2019 

    Lampman, Joellen; Braband, Lynn; Dunn, Amara; Frye, Matthew; Gangloff-Kaufmann, Jody; Grant, Jennifer (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2019)
    The core mission of the Community IPM Program is to provide New Yorkers with safe and effective solutions to manage pests where people live, work, learn and play. Because the field of Community IPM is vast, including all ...

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