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1997 Excellence-in-IPM Award Winners

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Jennifer Grant

Jennifer Grant

Jun 1, 1998
Jennifer Grant, of Penn Yan, New York, is currently a doctoral student in the entomology department at Cornell University, working with Dr. Michael Villani in Geneva. Read more
LynOaken

LynOaken Farms

Jun 1, 1998
LynOaken Farms, Inc., of Lyndonville, New York, is owned and managed by an innovative team of apple growers: Darrel Oakes, his father Jim Oakes, cousin Jeff Oakes, and business associate Dan Thurber. Read more
Team

Team Award

Jun 1, 1998
This award stems from one cooperative effort in which the marketplace is effectively telling consumers about the good stewardship of New York's vegetable growers. The award winners are four vegetable farm operations and Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Read more
Tony Shelton

Anthony Shelton

Jun 1, 1998
Dr. Tony Shelton is an associate director of research and a professor of entomology at Cornell University. Tony has had an important influence in shaping the vegetable IPM Program in New York and IPM programs nationwide since the 1970s. Read more
Bob and Dawn Betts

Bob and Dawn Betts

Jun 1, 1998
Dawn and Bob Betts, processing grape growers from Westfield, New York, have been active participants in and spokespersons for the Grape IPM program for at least five years. Read more
Carl Bannon

Carl Bannon

Jun 1, 1998
Carl Bannon currently serves as the area extension educator for field crops in Cortland, Chemung, Tompkins, Tioga, and Schuyler (CCTTS) Counties in the southern tier of New York. Carl actively and creatively promotes IPM concepts and applications and inspires his clientele to understand and employ them. Read more
David Deuel

David Deuel

Jun 1, 1998
David operates a family dairy farm in Caledonia, Livingston County, with 85 cows. He farms 320 acres of corn and alfalfa or alfalfa/grass that provide all his own roughage and grain for feed. He also raises wheat as a rotation crop. Read more
Gerry Miller

Gerry Miller

Jun 1, 1998
Miller Farm, a greenhouse operation in Elma, New York, has been in business 25 years and is currently operated by three generations of Millers. Gerry and his father Harvey Miller are co-owners. Miller Farm consists of 20,000 square feet of greenhouse floriculture production, with a specialization in cyclamens. Read more