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Results of the 2011
Extension and Research Projects

These are links to abstracts of completed projects. Each is in turn linked to a pdf of the entire document.

Projects by Commodity: Links by title to project abstracts.

Community

Livestock and Field Crops

Ornamentals and Turfgrass

Vegetables

Fruit

Program-wide

 

Community

Buildings & Schools

Pesticides in Child Care Initiative 2010 Staten Island Pilot Project

Marcia L. Anderson, Tara M. Glynn and Dr. Adrian J. Enache, EPA Region 2 Pesticides Program

School IPM Outreach and Research Activities, NYS IPM Program, 2011

Lynn Braband, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Jennifer Grant NYS IPM, Cornell University

Educational Outreach for the Prevention and Management of Bed Bugs

Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann, NYS IPM, Cornell University


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Livestock and Field Crops

General

The 2011 NYS Field Crops Weekly Pest Report and Evaluation

Ken Wise, NYS IPM, Cornell University
John Keith Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Livestock

Expanding Livestock Integrated Pest Management: IPM Training Opportunities for Northeast US Dairy Producers

John Keith Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Ken Wise, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Field Crops

Improving Field Crop Extension outreach through enhanced growing season outreach

John Keith Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Russell R. Hahn, Crop and Soil Science, Cornell University

Determining the magnitude and geographic distribution of Western Bean Cutworm—a new pest of dry beans in New York

John Keith Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Enhancing Integrated Options Betters Soybean White Mold Management

John Keith Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University



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Ornamentals and Turfgrass

General

Ornamental Crops Electronic Communications

Brian Eshenaur, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Elizabeth Lamb, NYS IPM, Cornell University.

Greenhouse

Partnering for Pesticide Reduction: Using grower partnerships to develop resources for increasing use of biocontrol in NYS greenhouses

Elizabeth Lamb, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Brian Eshenaur, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Improving crop management in NY greenhouses through local hands-on workshops

Elizabeth Lamb, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Brian Eshenaur, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Christmas Trees

Preliminary assessment of differences in Christmas tree species to root rot

Brian Eshenaur, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Increasing Utilization of Integrated Pest Management Tools in the NYS Christmas Tree Industry

Elizabeth Lamb, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Brian Eshenaur, NYS IPM, Cornell University

 


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Vegetables

General

Online learning modules to improve access to DEC category recertification credits for fruit and vegetable farmers

Abby Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Organic

Testing the efficacy of insecticides and fungicides allowed for organic vegetable production, 2011

Abby Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Mixed Vegetables

Developing farmers' skills and confidence in the use of Trichogramma ostriniae for European corn borer control in sweet corn, peppers and potatoes

Abby Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University

 
 

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Fruit

General

Delivering Cornell Grape and Tree Fruit Extension Education Resources on www.fruit.cornell.edu

Juliet Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Timothy Martinson, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University
Marvin Pritts, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University

Grapes

LERGP Coffee Pot Meetings Provide Bidirectional Education

T. Weigle, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Andy Muza, Lake Erie Regional Grape Program
Kevin Martin,
Jodi Creasap Gee, CCE Area Specialist

Invasive Species Monitoring for New York Vineyards

Tim Weigle, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Hans Walter Peterson, Finger Lakes Grape Program, CCE
Alice Wise, Viticulturalist, CCE of Suffolk County
Tim Martinson, Statewide Viticulture, CCE
Steve Hoying, Extension Associate, Hudson Valley Lab, CCE

Evaluation of the Effects of Disease and Insect Management Strategies in High Brix Niagara Grape Production

Tim Weigle, NYS IPM Program, Grape IPM, Cornell University
Jody Timer, Entomology, Cornell University
Bryan Hed, Plant Pathology, Penn State University LERG
Kevin Martin, LERGP, Business Management Extension Educator
Dr. Henry Ngugi, Department of Plant Pathology, Penn State University

Ensuring the Continued Delivery of Weather and IPM Information for Grapes through the Network for Environment and Weather Applications (NEWA)

Tim Weigle, NYS IPM Program, Grape IPM, Cornell University
Juliet Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Hans Walter Peterson, Finger Lakes Regional Grape Program, CCE
Art DeGaetano, Northeast Regional Climate Center, Cornell University

Hops

Hops IPM in the Northeast

Tim Weigle, NYS IPM, Cornell University

 


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Program-wide

Improving and Sustaining the NEWA System

Juliet Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Art DeGaetano, Northeast Regional Climate Center, Cornell University

The Network for Environment & Weather Applications (NEWA)

Juliet Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Tim Weigle, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Curt Petzoldt, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Modeling two-inch soil temperatures using daily air temperature observations

Art DeGaetano, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University

2011 NYS IPM Program Communication Team Status Report

Mary Woodsen, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Karen English, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Status of the NYS IPM Program Website, www.nysipm.cornell.edu for 2011

Karen English, NYS IPM, Cornell University

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