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    • 2016 Organic Production and IPM Guide for Carrots 

      Seaman, Abby (New York State IPM Program, 2016)
      This guide for organic carrot production is an outline of cultural and pest management practices and includes topics that have an impact on improving plant health and reducing pest problems. Updated for 2016.
    • Carrot Leaf Blight Diseases and Their Management in New York 

      Gugino, B.K.; Carroll, Juliet; Chen, J.; Ludwig, J.W.; Abawi, G.S. (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      Carrot leaf blights are caused by two fungal pathogens, Alternaria dauci and Cercospora carotae and one bacterial pathogen, Xanthomonas campestris pv. carotae. Since any combination of the three pathogens may occur in a ...
    • Combining Scouting and Tolerant Cultivars for the Effective Management of Leaf Blight Diseases of Carrots 

      Abawi, George; Ludwig, John (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      The identification of a number of locally adapted and commercially acceptable varieties with tolerance to leaf blight diseases will have a significant impact on grower pest management program and profitability of carrot ...
    • Demonstration of an Effective IPM Program for Fungal Leaf Blight Diseases of Carrots 

      Abawi, George (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1998)
      Fungal leaf blights (spots) caused primarily by Alternaria dauci and also Cercospora carotae are among the major disease impacting carrot production in New York. Although considerable information is available on the ...
    • Elements of IPM for Carrots in New York State 

      New York State Integrated Pest Management Program (New York State IPM Program, 2002)
      A checklist of IPM practices for carrot growers in New York State. Practitioners can use this document to track their IPM implementation and accrue points to assess their level of adoption of IPM practices.
    • Factors that Induce Forking in Carrots 

      Abawi, George (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1998)
      Carrots are an important commodity in New York. In 1996, carrots were grown on 1,700 acres in New York, valued at $2,915,000 (New York Agricultural Statistics Service, Albany, NY). Consumers and wholesale buyers demand ...
    • Guidelines for Organic Production of Four Processing Vegetable Crops 

      Seaman, Abby (New York State IPM Program, 2008)
      Farmers interested in transitioning acreage to organic production or diversifying their organic crop mix to include vegetables have had few resources to help them develop the nutrient, weed, and pest management systems ...
    • Organic Production Guides 

      Carroll, J.; Kirkwyland, M.; Merwin, I.; Peck, G.; Petzoldt, C.; Rutz, R.; Seaman, A.; Thomas, E.; Waldron, K.; Weigle, T. (New York State IPM Program, 2009)
      New farmers interested in raising organic fruit, vegetables, or livestock, experienced growers transitioning to organic production, or diversifying their organic crop mix to include vegetables or fruit have had few resources ...
    • Production, Education and Research Program for Organic Agriculture 

      Seaman, Abby; Petzoldt, Curt (New York State IPM Program, 2013)
      In 2008 the NYS IPM program voluntarily developed organic vegetable production guides for carrots, peas, snap beans, and cucurbits after a need for them was identified in meetings with NYSDAM, vegetable processors, and growers.
    • Silver Y Moth 

      Carroll, Juliet; Peterson, Kelsey (New York State IPM Program, 2018)
      Originally from the United Kingdom, the silver Y moth has steadily spread across the globe. With large populations in Europe, Asia, and Africa, it is clear that the silver Y moth is capable of not only surviving, but ...
    • Tolerance of Carrot Cultivars to Fungal Leaf Blight Diseases and its Use as a Major Component of the Recommended IPM Program 

      Abawi, George; Widmer, Tim (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1999)
      Fungal leaf blights (spots) in New York are caused primarily by Alternaria dauci, although low incidence of typical symptoms caused by Cercospora carotae have also been observed in a few fields the past 2 years. Leaf blights ...