Urban Conservation Biocontrol

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We will educate urban growers in New York City about the pest management benefits of attracting natural enemies of pests to their farms by planting flowering habitat. We will establish demonstration plantings on four farms, and host hands-on workshops to reach additional growers. Results from an ongoing natural enemy habitat project at Cornell AgriTech will enhance extension to urban growers.

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2021
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New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
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Agricultural IPM; Community IPM; Ornamentals; natural enemies of pests
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