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Community IPM Projects Funded 2018

  1. Virtual pollinator garden tour using 360-degree video to promote Integrated Pest Management and Pollinator Support messages.  Jennifer (Stengle) Lerner.
  2. Soil biological responses to imidacloprid use in lawns. Kyle Wickings.
  3. Improving Lawn Quality Using IPM Techniques without Pesticides.  David Chinery, Frank Rossi and Joellen Lampman.
  4. A Low-Literary Need Assessment and Guidelines for Best Practices: How Do We Best Reach This Audience?  Fiona Doherty, Marcia Eames-Sheavly,  Lori Brewer, Stephen Reiners, Jamila Simon, Sharon Bachman, Chrys Gardener, Linda Gillilland, Mary Jo Dudley, Christine Hadekel, Mary Lee Bourbeau.
  5. Tick Mitigation and Education at 4-H Camp Shankitunk.  Carla Crim, Corrine Tompkins, John Hannum.
  6. IPM Exclusion Education and Training. Nancy Lerner.
  7. TICK BE GONE: Promotion of methods for reducing the impact of ticks in area schools, and camps in Courtland County.  Heather Birdsall.
  8. Biological control approach for insect pests of golf course turf-Introducing entomopathogenic nematodes to manage annual bluegrass weevils, invasive cranefly and white grubs.    Rod Ferrentino, Kyle Wickings, Elson Shields, Mike McAlvey.
  9. Field Assistant of Commercial Natural Oil Pesticides on Tick and their associated habitats on Suffolk County Properties. Moses Cucura, Tamson Yeh, Marie Camenares, Marie Boulier.
  10. Quantifying Asian Worm Population Density and their Impact on Soil Organic Matter. Walt Nelson.