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    • Investigation of TOM-CAST, Staking, and Mulch for Managing Tomato Diseases 

      McGrath, Margaret Tuttle; Moyer, Dale (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1997)
      The objective of one experiment conducted in 1997 was to compare two versions of TOM-CAST, a weather-based disease forecasting system, to a weekly spray program for managing early blight in fresh-market tomatoes. Bravo ...
    • 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 ...
    • Managing Internal Lepidopteron Worms in Tree Fruit Crops 

      Breth, Deborah (New York State IPM Program, 2005)
      Codling moth (CM) and oriental fruit moth (OFM), have increasingly challenged apple IPM programs since 2000. In 2005, worms were detected in 100 truckloads of apples from 60 farms. There is a USDA standard of zero tolerance ...
    • Modeling two-inch soil temperatures using daily air temperature observations 

      DeGaetano, Art (New York State IPM Program, 2011)
      The physical, chemical, and biological processes within soils are affected by temperature. However, soil temperatures are not routinely measured at most operational weather stations. The observation of these data is limited ...
    • Network for Environment and Weather Applications 2009: A year in review 

      Gibbons, J.; Carroll, J.; TenEyck, C.; Petzoldt, C.; Weigle, T. (New York State IPM Program, 2009)
      NEWA operated and maintained the weather station network in 2009 with funding from the NYS IPM Program. Six grant projects are underway on a potato late blight simulation model, an apple IPM website, upgrades to grape ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2008: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, J.; Carroll, J.; TenEyck, C.; Petzoldt, C.; Weigle, T. (New York State IPM Program, 2008)
      NEWA operated and maintained the electronic weather network in 2008 with funding support from the NYS IPM Program. Visits or “hits” to NEWA’s website were comparable to last year. Rainwise MKIII instruments continue to be ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2013: A Year in Review 

      Carroll, Juliet; Gibbons, John; Weigle, Timothy; Seaman, Abby; Petzoldt, Curt (New York State IPM Program, 2013)
      The Network for Environment & Weather Applications (NEWA) conducts onsite environmental monitoring and transmits weather data to NEWA’s servers which automatically calculate and provide tabulated weather data summaries, ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2014: A Year in Review 

      Carroll, Juliet; Gibbons, John; Weigle, Tim; Seaman, Abby; Petzoldt, Curt (New York State IPM Program, 2014)
      The Network for Environment & Weather Applications (NEWA) conducts onsite environmental monitoring and transmits weather data to NEWA’s servers which automatically calculate and provide tabulated weather data summaries, ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2015: A Year in Review 

      Carroll, Juliet; Weigle, Timothy; Seaman, Abby; Grant, Jennifer; (New York State IPM Program, 2015)
      The Network for Environment & Weather Applications (NEWA) conducts onsite environmental monitoring and transmits weather data to NEWA’s servers that automatically calculate and provide tabulated weather data summaries, ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2016: A Year in Review 

      Carroll, Juliet; Olmstead, Dan; Weigle, Tim; Seaman, Abby; Grant, Jennifer (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
      The Network for Environment and Weather Applications (NEWA) provides IPM and crop management tools based on weather data collected from over 500 weather stations distributed across the Northeast, mid-Atlantic and Midwestern ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2017: A Year in Review 

      Olmstead, Dan; Carroll, Juliet; Weigle, Tim; Seaman, Abby; Grant, Jennifer (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2017)
      NEWA delivered insect, disease, and crop management forecasts to 605 locations across 26 US states in 2017. NEWA database and tools were moved to new servers eliminating a high-usage crash problem. Automated station outage ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Awareness) 2005: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Carroll, Juliet; TenEyck, Cheryl; Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim (New York State IPM Program, 2005)
      NEWA operated and maintained the electronic weather network in the 2005 growing season with funding support from the NYS IPM Program. New in 2005, users were asked to fill in a brief survey and create usernames on the ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Awareness) 2006: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, J.; Carroll, J.; TenEyck, C.; Petzoldt, C.; Weigle, T. (New York State IPM Program, 2006)
      NEWA operated and maintained the electronic weather network in 2006 with funding support from the NYS IPM Program. There are now 829 users in the NEWA database compared to the 512 users in 2005. As a result of continued ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Awareness) 2007: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Carroll, Juliet; TenEyck, Cheryl; Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim (New York State IPM Program, 2007)
      NEWA operated and maintained the electronic weather network in 2007 with funding support from the NYS IPM Program. There are now 1171 users registered in the NEWA database. Compared to 829 in 2006, this represents a 41% ...
    • NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 1997: A Year In Review 

      Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim; Gibbons, John; TenEyck, Cheryl (1997)
      1. Keep the NEWA electronic weather network operational for the 1997 growing season. 2. Add new forecasting models as they become available. 3. Solicit new members for NEWA from among fruit, vegetable, and other growers. ...
    • NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 1999: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Weigle, Tim; TenEyck, Cheryl; Petzoldt, Curt (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1999)
      1) Keep the NEWA electronic weather network operational for the 1999 season 2) Solicit new members for NEWA from among fruit, vegetable, field crop, and other appropriate growers. 3) Maintain NEWA’s ability to contract ...
    • NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2000: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim; TenEyck, Cheryl (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      1) Keep the NEWA electronic weather network operational for the 2000 season 2) Solicit new members for NEWA from among fruit, vegetable, field crop, and other appropriate growers. 3) Maintain NEWA’s ability to contract ...
    • NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2002: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim; TenEyck, Cheryl (New York State IPM Program, 2002)
      NEWA maintained the electronic weather network in the 2002 growing season with support from NEWA members and the New York State IPM Program. As a result of the free subscriptions provided by the IPM Program in 2002, NEWA ...
    • NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2003: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim; TenEyck, Cheryl (New York State IPM Program, 2003)
      NEWA maintained the electronic weather network in the 2003 growing season with support from NEWA members and the New York State IPM Program. As a result of the free subscriptions provided by the IPM Program in 2003, NEWA ...
    • NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2004: A Year in Review 

      Gibbons, John; Carroll, Juliet; TenEyck, Cheryl; Petzoldt, Curt; Weigle, Tim (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      The Northeast Weather Association (NEWA) maintained the electronic weather network in the 2004 growing season with support from NEWA members, the NYS IPM Program, and two grants. NEWA usage continued to increase in 2004, ...