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    • Alternatives to Pesticides Workshops for County, Municipal, and School Properties 

      Yeh, Tamson; Camenares, Marie (New York State IPM Program, 2012)
      Fifteen paired 1 hour workshops, initial and follow-up, on Alternatives to Pesticides will be given at Suffolk County owned or managed facilities covering non-toxic pest management for indoor pests and for outdoor pests. ...
    • Asian Tiger Mosquito and Tick Awareness Workshops 

      Yeh, Tamson; Boulier, Marie; Camenares, Marie (New York State IPM Program, 2014)
      Ticks and mosquitoes are a chronic concern on Long Island.  A tick taskforce has been mandated by Suffolk County and although various entities address tick and mosquito issues there are mixed messages and misinformation ...
    • Field Assessment of Natural Oil Pesticides for Tick Control 

      Cucura, D. Moses; Yeh, Tamson; Camenares, Marie; Boulier, Marie (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2018)
      EPA-Exempt 25(b) natural oil products Cedar Safe and Essentria IC3 were assessed for control of Ixodes scapularis and Amblyomma americanum (nymphs and adults) with the fieldbased ARENA methods. References and positive ...
    • Pheromone Based Mating Disruption as an Alternative Grub Control Strategy for School and College Athletic Fields 

      Yeh, Tamson; Camenares, Marie; Boulier, Marie (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
      Oriental beetles in the grub stage are the greatest insect threat to turf on Long Island. There are few highly effective products for control of early instar grubs in turfgrass. Imidacloprid is therefore often applied ...
    • 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 ...