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    • Addressing Late-Season Grape Berry Moth Damage 

      Weigle, Tim; English-Loeb, Greg; Hoffmann, Michael (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      1. Evaluate the use of Trichogramma ostriniae for grape berry moth management. 2. Determine the economic loss potential from grape berry moth.
    • Addressing Late-Season Grape Berry Moth Damage 

      Weigle, Tim; English-Loeb, Greg; Hoffmann, Michael (New York State IPM Program, 2005)
      The concern over late season grape berry moth (GBM) damage has prompted growers and processors in the Lake Erie region grape industry to take a closer look at the management strategies available to them and the economics ...
    • Biological Control of Grape Powdery Mildew Using Tydeid Mites 

      English-Loeb, Greg; Norton, Andrew; Gadoury, David; Seem, Robert; Wilcox, Wayne (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1998)
      Uncinula necator, the causal agent of grape powdery mildew, is the most destructive pathogen of grapes worldwide, and is a particularly serious pest in the Northeastern US. There has been considerable interest, but limited ...
    • Biological Control of Grape Powdery Mildew Using Tydeid Mites 

      English-Loeb, Greg; Norton, Andrew; Gadoury, David; Seem, Robert; Wilcox, Wayne (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1999)
      Uncinula necator, the causal agent of grape powdery mildew, is the most destructive pathogen of grapes worldwide, and is a particularly serious pest in the Northeastern US. There has been considerable interest, but limited ...
    • Biological Control of Powdery Mildews of Greenhouse Ornamentals 

      English-Loeb, Greg; Gadoury, David M.; Norton, Andrew P. (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1998)
      The mycophagous mite, Orthortydeus lambi (Acari: Tydeidae) is very abundant on several woody perennial species found in New York (e.g. wild grape, Vitis riparia, ornamental linden, Tilia cordata, paper birch, Betula ...
    • Cultivar Tolerance to Strawberry Clipper Damage 

      Pritts, Marvin; English-Loeb, Greg (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1997)
      Strawberry clipper is reported to be the pest of greatest concern during the early pre-bloom season (Strawberry Scouting Procedures, NYS IPM Bull. 203).
    • Determining potential of crop residue in diverse production systems to increase strawberry sap beetle populations in strawberry fields 

      English-Loeb, Greg; Loughner, Rebecca (New York State IPM Program, 2003)
      Strawberry sap beetle is ranked by New York strawberry growers as the most serious insect pest in strawberries. The beetle is a generalist herbivore and has been captured on various crops other than strawberry. Adults are ...
    • Mechanisms Underlying Resistance of Strawberry Cultivars to Tarnished Plant Bugs 

      Rhainds, Marc; English-Loeb, Greg (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      The present study investigated mechanisms that underlie resistance of strawberry cultivars to tarnished plant bugs, Lygus lineolaris (Hemiptera: Miridae). Inter-plant distribution of emerged nymphs in cage experiments ...
    • Redefining IPM for Strawberry Production under the Emerging Threat of Anthracnose and Strawberry Sap Beetle 

      Turechek, William W.; English-Loeb, Greg (New York State IPM Program, 2002)
      A sampling survey of strawberry acreage in New York was conducted to determine the distribution of two pests of increasing concern to strawberry growers in New York: strawberry sap beetle, Stelidota geminata (Say), and ...
    • Testing the Efficacy of Mycotrol ES, Beauveria bassiana, on Tarnished Plant Bugs, Lygus lineolaris, in New York Strawberries 1997 

      Kovach, Joe; English-Loeb, Greg (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1997)
      In New York, there are two major pests of strawberries, the disease, Botrytis fruit rot, and the insect, tarnished plant bug (TPB), Lygus lineolaris. Results from recent IPM research projects lead us to believe that ...