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    • Cucurbit Pest and Crop Management Systems Evaluation 

      Petzoldt, Curtis; Engel, James; Jasinski, James; Hazzard, Ruth; Westgate, Pam; Blomgren, Ted; Mishanec, John (New York State IPM Program, 2002)
      In 2002 a long-term cucurbit crop systems pest and crop management evaluation was continued at NYSAES Geneva. This project is a continuation of a sweet corn systems project conducted 1995-1999. Systems are located in the ...
    • Demonstrations of Sustainable Vegetable Pest and Crop Management: Fresh Market Sweet Corn 

      Petzoldt, Curtis; Hoffmann, M.; Reiners, S.; Seaman, A.; Pool, W.; Harman, G.; Curtis, P.; Shelton, A.; White, G.; Willett, L.; Dillard, H.; Bellinder, R.; Orfanedes, M.; Stivers, L.; Wildman, R. (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1998)
      Four sweet corn pest and crop management systems (organic, IPM/Present, IPM/Future, and conventional) were defined and implemented on grower farms and on a university research farm. The first years results showed differences ...
    • Demonstrations of Sustainable Vegetable Pest and Crop Management: Fresh Market Sweet Corn 

      Petzoldt, Curtis; Hoffmann, M.; Reiners, S.; Seaman, A.; Pool, W.; Harmon, G.; Curtis, P.; Shelton, A.; White, G.; Willett, L. (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1997)
      Four sweet corn pest and crop management systems (Organic, IPM/Present, IPM/Future, and Conventional) were defined and implemented on grower farms and on a university research farm. The first year’s results showed differences ...
    • Evaluating pesticides for their impact on beneficial organisms 

      Petzoldt, Curtis; Kovach, Joseph; Engel, James (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1999)
      An assay to determine the toxic effects of commonly used pesticides on beneficial organisms is needed in order to assist growers in preserving natural enemy populations in the context of an IPM program.
    • Founding of a Grower-based Weather/Pest Information Network to Aid IPM Adoption 

      Petzoldt, Curtis (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1966)
      This project had the following four goals: 1) Establish 6 local centers for weather data collection from existing instruments and from instruments to be purchased in the future by the fruit and vegetable industries with ...
    • Growing Snap Beans in Fields with Different Soil Health: Yield, Root Disease and Soil Health Indicators 

      Petzoldt, Curtis; Gugino, Beth; Abawi, George; Seaman, Abby (New York State IPM Program, 2006)
      A vegetable crop and pest management systems evaluation site established in 1995 has shown that 4 different management systems practiced over time have resulted in different levels of soil health. In 2006 snap beans were ...
    • Multi State Cucurbit Systems Study: Three Years of Research and What We Found 

      Petzoldt, Curtis; Engel, James; Jasinski, James; Hazzard, Ruth; Westgate, Pam; Mishanec, John; Blomgren, Ted; Bornt, Chuck (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      From 1992-1994 a team of vegetable research and extension staff conducted a systems demonstration for cabbage at the Vegetable Research Farm at NYSAES Geneva. Conventional, IPM Present, IPM Future, and Organic systems were ...
    • NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) 2010 - 2012 

      Gibbons, John; Petzoldt, Curtis; Seaman, Abby; Weigle, Tim; Carroll, Juliet (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2012)
      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, ...
    • Surveys show that New York fresh market sweet corn growers increase adoption of IPM practices 

      Petzoldt, Curtis (New York State IPM Program, 2005)
      Surveys of fresh market sweet corn growers Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices were conducted in 1995 and 2002. The surveys were based on IPM Elements developed in order to define and document the practice of IPM ...
    • The 2006 Becker Forum: With Customers in the Driver’s Seat, What Road Will Your Business Follow? 

      Seaman, Abby; Petzoldt, Curtis; Kikkert, Julie; Breth, Deborah; Van de Valk, Lawrence (New York State IPM Program, 2005)
      The Planning Committee for the 2006 Empire State Fruit and Vegetable Expo identified demands of the marketplace for information about safe and sustainable production practices as the topic of the Becker Forum. The Becker ...