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  • Weed Emergence Patterns in Response to Disturbance on Two Soil Types 

    DiTommaso, Antonio (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
    Weeds are a major constraint to crop production in NY State and can significantly reduce the quantity and quality of harvested crops. The management of weeds also incurs substantial costs for farmers and may have negative ...
  • Managing Grape Rootworm in New York Vineyards 

    Weigle, Timothy; Loeb, Gregory; Shields, Elson; Bates, Terence (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
    Historically (early 1900s) grape rootworm (GRW) was the major insect pest of grapes growing in New York and surrounding states (Johnson and Hammar 1910). Adults do some minor leaf feeding in early to mid-summer. However, ...
  • Efficacy trials of OMRI approved materials on vegetable crops 

    Seaman, Abby (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2001)
    The number of pest management materials approved for organic production is quite small, and many of the products that are available have not had the extensive efficacy testing that synthetic pesticides have had. It’s hard ...
  • Tomato IPM on Farm Demonstrations 

    Zuefle, Marion (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
    IPM practices in tomatoes were demonstrated at three different farms this year. All three farms participated in side by side comparisons between grower practices and IPM protocols. For each farm, data on pest levels, ...
  • Tick Treatments: Getting the Most Out of Private Control Programs While Protecting Water Quality 

    Yeh, Tamson; Boulier, Marie; Camenares, Marie (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
    Significance of the work: Ticks, especially lone star ticks, are a rapidly expanding problem in the Northeast. This project focused in part on lone star ticks as well as deer ticks, using field research rather than ...

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