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    • An Organic Apple Production System for New York 

      Robinson, Terence; Agnello, Art; Merwin, Ian; Reissig, Harvey; Shupp, Jim (New York State IPM Program, 2002)
      Several NY apple growers have indicated they see a marketing opportunity for NY grown organic apples (both fresh and processed products) and have requested a Cornell University led effort to develop a system of organic ...
    • An Organic Apple Production System For New York 

      Robinson, Terence; Agnello, Art; Reissig, Harvey; Schupp, Jim; Noordijk, Heidi (New York State IPM Program, 2003)
      Several NY apple growers have indicated they see a marketing opportunity for NY grown organic apples (both fresh and processed products) and have requested a Cornell University led effort to develop a system of organic ...
    • An Organic Apple Production System for New York 

      Robinson, Terence; Agnello, Art; Merwin, Ian; Reissig, Harvey; Rosenberger, David; Schupp, Jim; Straub, Richard (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      Several NY apple growers have indicated they see a marketing opportunity for NY grown organic apples (both fresh and processed products) and have requested a Cornell University led effort to develop a system of organic ...
    • Development of an Action Threshold and Management Strategies for Mirid Bugs on Apples 

      Kain, David; Agnello, Arthur; Kovach, Joe; Reissig, Harvey (1997)
      Mullein plant bug (MPB) has been described as having a Jekyll and Hyde personality, switching from being a damaging fruit-feeder one season to a beneficial predator the next. The mechanism for this switching behavior is ...
    • Management Programs for Internal Lepidoptera in Apples Using Pheromone Mating Disruption and In-season Fruit Inspection 

      Agnello, Arthur; Reissig, Harvey (New York State IPM Program, 2006)
      During the last 5 years, severe outbreaks of two species of internal Lepidoptera (worms) have occurred in apple production regions in western NY.  These outbreaks have caused severe financial losses to growers throughout ...