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Grape IPM in the Northeast

by T. Weigle and J. Kovach, New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
Publication Number 211 1995

Table of Contents

Introduction

Developing a Vineyard IPM Strategy

Vineyard Pest Management Calendar

Appendix 1. Disease Management

Appendix 2. Insect Management

Appendix 3. Weed Management

I. Choosing a Weed Management Program

II. Chemical Control of Vineyard Weeds

III. Pre-Emergence Herbicides IV. Post-Emergence Herbicides

V. Managing Vineyard Floors Using No-tillage

Appendix 4. Environmental Impact

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The authors wish to give special thanks to the grape faculty and staff of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva and Fredonia; the faculty and staff of The Pennsylvania State University; and the growers who cooperated in the New York and Pennsylvania Grape IPM Program.
CREDITS
Editing by Margaret Haining Cowles, New York State IPM Program
The New York State IPM Program is jointly sponsored by Cornell University and the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. Cornell Cooperative Extension provides equal program and employment opportunities.
This material is based upon work supported by the Extension Service, United States Department of Agriculture, under special project number 94-EPMP-1-0052.