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Program Staff: Juliet Carroll

Fruit IPM Coordinator (since 2002)

New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
Cornell University
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
630 W. North Street, Geneva, NY 14456
315.787.2430
fax-2360
jec3@cornell.edu
Year Degree Institution
1995 Ph.D. Cornell University, Plant Pathology, Mycology, Plant Molecular Biology
1981 M.S. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Plant Pathology
1978 B.S. University of Maine at Orono, Botany and Plant Pathology

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Year    Experience

2002-present: Senior Extension Associate II, NYS IPM Program, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Geneva

1999-2002: Postdoctoral Associate, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, Geneva

1996-1997: Consultant, K-12 Teacher Enrichment, The American Phytopathological Society

1990-1995: Research Assistant, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, Ithaca

1981-1989: Extension Associate, Plant Disease Diagnostician and 4-H Specialist, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, Ithaca

1979-1981: Research Assistant, Dept. of Plant Pathology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

1977-1978: Laboratory Technician, Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology, University of Maine, Orono

HONORS AND AWARDS

Leadership Workshop, Youth Programs Committee, APS Annual Meeting (1997)

Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Advanced Mycology, Cornell University (1993)

APS Plant Disease Recognition Contest, First Place (1991 and 1992)

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsible, statewide, for coordinating the development and delivery of IPM practices for fruit crops (tree fruit, grapes, and berries) with the goal of minimizing economic, health and environmental risks.

CURRENT ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervisor, Timothy H. Weigle, Senior Extension Associate, Grape IPM Area Educator.

Supervisor, Judith A. Nedrow, Extension Support Aide, Trac Software Support Specialist.

Coordinating Editor, Cornell Fruit Resources Page, www.fruit.cornell.edu.

Leader, Network for Environment and Weather Awareness (NEWA), NYS IPM Program.

CURRENT PROJECTS

Carroll. 2006. Impact of the NYS IPM Program’s Network for Environment & Weather Awareness (NEWA) on Agricultural Production. NYS IPM Program Special Project.

Carroll. 2006. Impact of the NYS IPM Program’s TracApple© and TracGrape© Software for Spray Record-Keeping and Reporting. NYS IPM Program Special Project.

Koeller et al. 2005-2008. Site-Specific Management of Resistance (SMOR) in the Control of Apple Scab: Final Phase of Development & Implementation. NE Regional IPM Grant.

Carroll. 2004-2006. Promoting Apple IPM Implementation in Eastern New York Orchards by Expansion of the Northeast Weather Association System. NE Regional IPM Critical Steps Grant.

Carroll et al. 2004-2005. Promoting Apple IPM Implementation in Eastern New York Orchards by Expansion of the Northeast Weather Association (NEWA). NE SARE Partnership Grant.

CURRENT INTERNET PRESENCE/DISTANCE LEARNING

Agricultural Innovation Center, http://nyaic.cornell.edu/, Collaborator. Information on developing value-added products.

Trac Software, http://nysipm.cornell.edu/trac/, Leader. Information about Trac record-keeping and reporting software.

IPM for Fruit, http://nysipm.cornell.edu/fruits/, Leader. Contains fruit IPM resources.

Cornell Fruit Resources, http://www.fruit.cornell.edu, Coordinating Editor. Information and links to fruit resources available from Cornell University.

Network for Environment & Weather Awareness, http://newa.nysaes.cornell.edu, Leader. Weather data and weather-based pest forecast models.

NEWA Apple Home Page, http://newa.nysaes.cornell.edu/apple_home.htm, Leader. Access to apple pest forecast models.

DMCast, http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/pp/faculty/seem/dmcast/ Collaborator. Grape downy mildew infection risk model.

Ascospore Maturity Model, http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/pp/extension/tfabp/ascomatb.shtml Collaborator. Apple scab primary inoculum risk.

Cougar Blight Model, http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/pp/extension/tfabp/cougarbl.shtml, Collaborator. Apple fire blight infection risk.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

The American Phytopathological Society

The Mycological Society of America

The Entomological Society of America

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Northeast Crop Consultants

New York State Horticultural Society

New York State Berry Growers Association

New York Nut Growers Association

Society for Risk Analysis, Upstate Chapter

PROFESSIONAL HONORARIES

Gamma Sigma Delta

Epsilon Sigma Phi, Lambda Chapter

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

International Working Group on Downy and Powdery Mildew of Grapevine

Cornell Risk Analysis Studies Steering Committee

CALS Tree Fruit Industry Task Force

Cornell Cooperative Extension

NYS IPM Program Work Team

NYS IPM Operating Committee

Fruit IPM Working Group

Fruit Program Work Team

Berry Working Group

Grape Working Group

Tree Fruit Working Group

Web Committee, Chair

Marketing Program Work Team

Department of Horticulture, Hudson Valley Horticulturist Search Committee

RESEARCH AND EXTENSION GRANT REVIEW PANELS

USDA/CSREES, Viticulture Consortium – East

New York State Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program – Fruit

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Research

Carroll, J.E. and Wilcox, W.F. 2003. Effect of humidity on the development of grapevine powdery mildew. Phytopathol. 93:1137-1144.

Carroll, J.E., Chen, P.and Abawi, G.S. 2003. Demonstrating the effectiveness of an IPM program for the management of leaf blight diseases of carrots in New York. Phytopathol 93:S14.

Carroll, J.E., Ludwig, J.W. and Abawi, G.S. 2002. Evaluation of fungicides for control of leaf blight on carrot, 2001. F&N Tests 57:V018. http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/trial/fntests/vol57/

Carroll, J.E. and Wilcox, W.F. 2002. Effect of humidity on Uncinula necator and grapevine powdery mildew. In: Gadoury, D.M., et al, eds. Proc 4th Internatl Powdery & Downy Mildew Workshop, Napa, CA. Dept Plant Pathol, Univ. Calif., Davis, 44-45.

Carroll, J.E., Wilcox, W.F., Seem, R.C., Gadoury, D.M. and Riegel, D.G. 2002. Different microclimates and powdery mildew severities associated with distance from the water in a ‘Concord’ vineyard adjacent to Lake Erie. In: Gadoury, D.M., et al, eds. Proc 4th Internatl Powdery & Downy Mildew Workshop, Napa, CA. Dept Plant Pathol, Univ. Calif., Davis, 60-61.

Carroll, J.E. and Wilcox, W.F. 2001. Physical mode of action of monopotassium phosphate against Uncinula necator infections on grape leaves. Phytopathology 91:S193.

Carroll, J.E. and Wilcox, W.F. 2000. The effect of relative humidity on grape powdery mildew development and pathogen sporulation. Phytopathology 90:S12.

Instruction

Carroll, J.E. 1994. Learning Biology with Plant Pathology. NABT Monograph, National Association of Biology Teachers, Reston, VA. 108 pp.

Carroll, J.E. and Schumann, G.L. 2000. APSnet Education Center K-12 Plant PathWays to Science. http://www.apsnet.org/education/K-12PlantPathways/.

Extension/Outreach

Fermin-Muñoz, G.A., Meng, B., Ko, K., Mazumdar-Leighton, S., Gubba, A. and Carroll, J.E. 2000. Biotechnology: A new era for plant pathology and plant protection. APSnet Feature Story, May. http://www.apsnet.org/online/feature/BioTechnology/Top.html

Carroll, J., Breth, D., Fargione, M., Iungerman, K., and Jordan, W. 2006. Eurepgap Certification for Apple Growers. Proc Great Lakes Fruit Expo, Grand Rapids, 2005, MI. http://www.glexpo.com/abstracts/2005abstracts/appleI.pdf pgs 6-8.

Carroll, J.E. and Nedrow, J. A. 2006. Trac software makes spray record-keeping and reporting easier. Proc Great Lakes Fruit Expo, 2005, Grand Rapids, MI. http://www.glexpo.com/abstracts/2005abstracts/treefruit.pdf pgs 8-11.

Agnello, A.M., Landers, A.J., Rosenberger, D.A., Robinson, T.L., Carroll, J.E., Cheng, L., Curtis, P.D., Breth, D.I. and Hoying, S.A. 2005. Pest Management Guidelines for Commercial Tree-Fruit Production 2005. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Ithaca. 232 pp.

Carroll, J., Breth, D., Fargione, M., Iungerman, K., and Jordan, W. 2005. Meeting Export Requirements for the NY Apple Industry through EUREPGAP Certification Training. In: Annual Report 2004-2005, The New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, Agriculture and Community IPM, Cornell University. 4 pp. http://nysipm.cornell.edu/reports/ann_rpt/AR05/projects/carroll2.pdf.

Carroll, J.E. and Nedrow, J.A. 2005. Trac Frequently Asked Questions. http://nysipm.cornell.edu/trac/tracfaqs/.

Carroll, J.E. and Nelson, P.J. 2005. NEWA Degree Day Calculator. http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ipm/specware/newa/.

Carroll, J.E., Nelson, P.J., Agnello, A.M. and Reissig, W.H. 2005. NEWA Apple Pest Degree Day Calculator. http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ipm/specware/newa/appledd.php.

Koller, W., Parker, D., Turechek, W., Rosenberger, D., Wilcox, W., Carroll, J., Agnello, A., and Reissig, H. 2005. Fungicide resistance of apple scab: status quo and management options. New York Fruit Quarterly 13: 9-17, NYS Horticultural Society, NYSAES, Geneva, NY.

Pritts, M.P., Bushway, L.J., English-Loeb, G., Carroll, J. and Wilcox, W.F. 2005. Pest Management Guidelines for Berry Crops 2005. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Ithaca. 84 pp.

Robinson, T., Agnello, A., Carroll, J., Cheng, L., Curtis, P., Merwin, I., Nyrop, J., Reissig, W., Rosenberger, D., Schupp, J., Straub, R., Turechek, W. and White, G. 2005. Development of an Integrated Fruit Production Protocol (IFP) for NY Apples. In: Annual Report 2004-2005, The New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, Agriculture and Community IPM, Cornell University. 2 pp. http://nysipm.cornell.edu/reports/ann_rpt/AR05/projects/robinson.pdf

Carroll, J.E., Breth, D.I. and Fargione, M.J. 2004. EUREPGAP Audit Workbook for New York State Tree Fruit Growers. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Orleans County, Albion, 101 p.

Carroll, J.E. and Han, Y. 2004. Converting NEWA weather data to Specware® compatible format. http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ipm/specware/nysaesQuery.html.

Carroll, J.E. and Merwin, I. 2004. Conducting a replant bioassay. Northeast Tree-Fruit October, Vol. 8, No. 9, 2 pp.

Carroll, J. and Robinson, T. 2004. The New York State Apple IFP, Our “Most Friendly Practices”. New York Fruit Quarterly 12: 5-8

Carroll, J.E., Robinson, T.L., Agnello, A.M., Reissig, W.H., Rosenberger, D.A., Turechek, W.W., Landers, A.J., Curtis, P.D., Cheng, L., Merwin, I.A., Lakso, A.N., Schupp, J.R., Watkins, C.B., Nyrop, J.P., Straub, R.W., Breth, D.I., Fargione, M.J., Iungerman, K.A. 2004. New York State Integrated Pest Management Elements for Apple. NYS IPM Program, Cornell University. http://nysipm.cornell.edu/elements/apple/default.asp.

Carroll, J.E. and Shultz, J. 2004. Do You Spray? Apple IPM Poster. NYS IPM Program, Cornell University.

Carroll, J.E. and Turechek, W.W. 2004. Looking ahead to replanting in 2005? Northeast Tree-Fruit October, Vol. 8, No. 9, 2 pp.

Turechek, W.W., Carroll, J.E. and Rosenberger, D.A. 2004. Powdery Mildew of Apple. Tree Fruit Disease Identification Sheet No. 102GFSTF-D4, NYS IPM Program, Cornell University, http://www.nysipm.cornell.edu/factsheets/treefruit/diseases/pm/apple_pm.pdf

Turechek, W.W. and Carroll, J.E. 2003. Passing Fungal Systems: Probability of Scab Infections Resulting From Intermittent Wetting Periods. Scaffolds 12 (7): 3-4.