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Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:01:39 +0000
All Things IPM, Fruit, Home Gardening, berries, blueberries, grapes, plums, raspberries, spotted wing drosophila, spotted wing fruit fly, SWD
Tiny Fruit-Fly Pest Packs Big Wallop — Now on TV

It’s tiny, but it packs a wallop. That’s SWD — spotted-wing drosophila — a new invasive fruit fly that’s put down roots in nearly every berry-growing region in North America. Losses can range from “lots” to “entire crop wiped out.” … Continue reading

The NYSIPM Program is pleased to announce the funding of eight Community IPM Projects.

Please contact project PI's directly for further information. Project reports will be available on the NYS IPM website in early 2015.

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