Recent Submissions

  • Reducing Chemical Use on Golf Course Turf: Redefining IPM 

    Portmess, Robert E.; Grant, Jennifer A.; Rossi, Frank S. (2009)
    The purpose of this handbook is to provide practical guidance for golf turf managers interested in reducing chemical pesticide and fertilizer use.
  • Reduciendo el Uso de Agroquímico en Campos de Golf: Redefiniendo MIP 

    Portmess, Robert E.; Grant, Jennifer A.; Rossi, Frank S. (2009)
    El propósito de este manual es proporcionar orientación práctica para los administradores de campos de golf interesados en la reducción de pesticidas químicos y fertilizantes.
  • Reducing the Risks of Golf Course Management: The Bethpage Project 

    Grant, Jennifer A.; Rossi, Frank S. (Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors Program, 2007)
    This is a systems-based research and demonstration project that compares Conventional, IPM and Biologically Based Reduced Risk management of golf course putting greens. The project is being conducted on the Green Course ...
  • Geese on School Grounds 

    Braband, Lynn (New York State IPM Program, 2016)
    Although beautiful in flight and valued as a symbol of the wild, Canada Geese (referred to hereafter simply as geese) have become an increasing issue on lawns and other open turf areas. Geese occur as subspecies and ...
  • Egyptian Cottonworm 

    Carroll, Juliet; Matoon, Nicole (New York State IPM Program, 2016)
    Native to Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, the Egyptian cottonworm is a high risk invasive moth. Egyptian cottonworm has well over 87 plant hosts in 40 plant families. This pest has been intercepted multiple times at ...

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