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Results of the 2001
Extension and Research Projects
Funded by the NYS IPM Program

These are links to abstracts of completed projects. Each is in turn linked to a pdf of the entire document.

Projects by Commodity: Links by title to project abstracts.

Community

Livestock and Field Crops

Ornamentals and Turfgrass

Vegetables

Fruit

COMMUNITY

Implementation and Demonstration

Facilitation of School District IPM Implementation (Year 2)

L. Braband, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

C. Klass, Ithaca

J. Rodler, Suffolk

J. Gangloff-Kaufmann, NYS IPM Area Specialist

Stinging Insect IPM for Schools and Similar Areas (Year 2)

L. Braband, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Improving Diagnostic Skills through Regional Training Sessions and Web Site Improvement

K. Snover, Director, Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic, Ithaca

Organic Management of Turfgrass: a Comparison of Composts (Year 3)

J. Lamboy, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

J. Grant, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

J. Gruttadaurio, Dept. of Horticulture, Ithaca

IPM for NYS Ants (Year 2)

L. Braband, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

C. Klass, Ithaca

IPM Education of Garden Center Employees and Clients

D. Swaciak, CCE Allegany-Cattaraugus

Great Lawns/Great Lakes: Providing Integrated Pest Management Education, specific to Lawncare, to Municipalities in the Genesee River/Lake Ontario Watershed

B. Eshenaur, CCE - Monroe County

S. Rosenblum, CCE - Monroe County

Community Education & Outreach to Increase Awareness and Adoption of Landscape IPM Practices in support of the Requirements of the NYS Pesticide Notification Law

M. Roth, CCE Tompkins County

2001 Request for Funding School Atheletic Field Assessment in Orange County

R. Baglia, Extension Educator Community Horticulture

G. Couch, NYS IPM Area Specialist

Control of White Grubs with Beneficial Nematodes on School Athletic Fields and Golf Turf (Year 2)

J. Gangloff-Kaufmann, NYS IPM Area Specialist

J. Burns, CCE Suffolk County

T. Yeh, CCE Nassau County

School IPM Education Program

M. Russo, CCE Rockland

The Cornell Turfgrass Hotline: A Pest Management Decision-Making Tool for Extension Staff & Turfgrass Managers (Year 3)

F. Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Team, Ithaca

E. Gussack, Cornell University Turfgrass Team, Ithaca

Research and Development

Evaluation of Golf Turf management Systems with Reduced Chemical Pesticide Inputs (Year 2)

J. Grant, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

F. Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Team, Ithaca

Continued examination of organic fertilizers/microbial products and their possible role in disease suppression on golf course turfgrass in the Capital District of New York State

D. Chinery, CCE Rensselaer County

Mowing Height Effect on Disease Incidence and Severity in Lawn and Golf Course Turfgrass

J. Grant, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

E. Nelson

F. Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Team, Ithaca

Impact of Scarab Grub Management Tactics on Non-Target Soil Fauna

M. Villani, Dept. Entomology, NYSAES, Geneva

N. Consolie, Dept. Entomology, NYSAES, Geneva

P. Robbins, Dept. Entomology, NYSAES, Geneva

The Impact of Pest Management Systems on Surface and Ground Water Quality

M. Petrovic, Department of Horticulture, Ithaca

Z. Easton, Department of Horticulture, Ithaca

Evaluation and Utilization of Allelopathic Festuca rubra Turfgrass Cultivars for Alternative Weed Management Strategies

L. Weston, Department of Horticulture, Ithaca

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LIVESTOCK AND FIELD CROPS

Field Crops

Implementation and Demonstration

Albany County IPM Education Initiative for Albany, Rensselaer and Schenectady Counties.

T. Lavigne, CCE Albany County, Agriculture Program Assistant

Building the Perfect Sweep Net: Learn How This IPM Tool Can Help Save Money and Improve Alfalfa Quality

M. Stanyard, Area Extension Educator, Field Crops Specialist

Integrated Pest and Crop Management TAg Teams in NWNY

N. Herendeen, Area Extension Educator, Field Crops Specialist

M. Stanyard, Area Extension Educator, Field Crops Specialist

Expanding the Implementation of Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Cropping Management through the Use of Host Farms (public meetings) and Improved Use of Communication Technology

J. Miller, CCE Oneida County

M. Dennis, CCE Oneida County

Integrated Pest and Field Crop Management Outreach Project

L. Fields, CCE Schoharie County

Research and Development

Reduced Rates of Roundup Ultra and Tank-Mix Partners for Herbicide Resistance Management

R. Hahn, Department of Soil, Crop andAtmospheric Sciences, Ithaca

Demonstrating New Technologies for Improved Corn Rootworm Management

K. Waldron, NYS IPM Program, Ithaca

B. Cox, Dept. of Soil, Crop & Atmos. Sci., Ithaca

E. Shields, Dept. of Soil, Crop & Atmos. Sci., Ithaca

Roughstalk Bluegrass Suppression in Alfalfa-Timothy and Alfalfa-Orchardgrass Seedings

R. Hahn, Department of Soil, Crop andAtmospheric Sciences, Ithaca

Developing an IPM Response to a New Wheat Health Threat in New York: Wheat Soilborne Mosaic Virus

G. Bergstrom, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Ithaca

M. Sorrells, Plant Breeding, Ithaca

S. Gray, USDA-ARS, Plant Pathology, Ithaca

Livestock/Poultry

Research and Development

An Integrated Approach to Managing Fly Pests in Dairy Calf Greenhouses

D. Rutz, Department of Entomology, Ithaca

P. Kaufman, Department of Entomology, Ithaca

K. Waldron, New York State IPM, Ithaca

Additional Report

NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2001: A Year in Review

John Gibbons, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Curt Petzoldt, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Tim Weigle NYS IPM Program, Fredonia

Cheryl TenEyck, NYS IPM Program

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ORNAMENTALS AND TURFGRASS

Greenhouse

Implementation and Demonstration

Thrips Biological Control Demonstration in Orange and Ulster Counties

R. Baglia, CCE Orange Co.

T. Rusinek, CCE Ulster Co.

G. Couch, NYS IPM Area Specialist

Monitoring root system health in Capital District Poinsettia Greenhouses

C. Logue, CCE Schenectady County

Nursery

Implementation and Demonstration

IPM Demonstration and Implementation Plan for Christmas Tree Growers

S. Mallozzi, CCE Dutchess County

G. Couch, NYS IPM Area Specialist

Prevention of Diseases in Zinnia Plug Production

J. Lamboy, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

N. Call, Flower Fields, Elba

BRANCHING OUT - An Integrated Pest Management Newsletter for Trees and Shrubs

G. Hudler, Department of Plant Pathology, Ithaca

D. O’Brien, Department of Plant Pathology, Ithaca

Research and Development

Enhancing the Efficacy of Beauveria bassiana for Bedding Plant Insect Pests

J. Lamboy, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

M. Brownbridge, Entomology Research Lab, Univ. of Vermont

Biological control of viburnum leaf beetle

P. Weston, Department of Entomology, Ithaca

Turfgrass

Research and Development

Evaluation of acetic acid based herbicides for use in broad-spectrum turfgrass and weed control

David Chinery, Extension Educator, CCE Rensselaer County

Biological Control of Ground Ivy Using a Rust Fungus

A. DiTommaso, Dept. of Crop & Soil Sciences, Ithaca

L. Weston, Dept. of Horticulture, Ithaca

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VEGETABLES

Crucifers

Research and Development

Introgression and Characterization of Black Rot Resistance Derived from Brassica carinata in Cole Crops

P. Griffiths, Dept. of Horticultural Sciences, Ithaca

Cucurbits

Implementation and Demonstration

Implementing a Management Program for Phytophthora Blight of Cucurbits

M. McGrath, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Riverhead

C. MacNeil, CCE Ontario-Wayne-Yates Counties

J. Kikkert, CCE Ontario-Wayne-Yates Counties

A. Erb, Lake Plains Vegetable Program

T. Blomgren, Capital District Vegetable Program

Research and Development

Breeding and Evaluation of Squash and Pumpkin with Multiple Disease and Insect Resistance

R. Robinson, Horticultural Sciences Dept. , Geneva

Evaluation of Two Commercially Available Composts for Managing Phytophthora Fruit Rot of Pumpkin

A. Rangarajan, Dept. of Fruit and Vegetable Science, Ithaca

M. McGrath, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Riverhead

Evaluating New Nozzles and an Air Assist Sprayer for Improving Spray Coverage and Powdery Mildew Control on Underleaf Surfaces

M. McGrath, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Riverhead

A. Landers, Dept. Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Ithaca

Cucurbit Pest and Crop Management Systems Evaluation

C. Petzoldt, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

J. Engel, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

On Farm Trials of Alternative Controls for Striped Cucumber Beetles on Summer Squash

B. Caldwell, CCE South Central NY Vegetable & Fruit Program

Mixed Vegetables

Implementation and Demonstration

A Request to Fund Small IPM Demonstrations and Field Research Projects in the Capital District.

J. Mishanec, Area IPM Vegetable Educator, Eastern NY

Further Additions to the Vegetable MD Online Web Page on Identifying and Managing Diseases of Vegetable Crops in New York

T. Zitter, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Ithaca

M. McGrath, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Riverhead

Research and Development

Comparing the Effectiveness of Selected Cover Crops Incorporated as Green Manures without and with a Surface Seal Against Root Pathogens of Beans/Vegetables

G. Abawi, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Geneva

J. Ludwig,, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Geneva

Onions

Research and Development

Evaluation of Fall Planted Broad Leaf Cover Crops on Muck Soils

J. Mishanec, Area IPM Vegetable Educator, Eastern NY

Peppers

Implementation and Demonstration

IPM Demonstrations in Peppers

A. Seaman, WNY Vegetable IPM Area Educator

Evaluation of Pepper Cultivars for Tolerance to Phytophthora capsici and Impact of Messenger on Tolerance and Yield

A. Rangarajan, Dept. of Horticulture, Cornell

M. McGrath, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Riverhead

Sweet Corn

Implementation and Demonstration

WNY Sweet Corn Pheromone Trap Network

A. Seaman, WNY Vegetable IPM Area Educator

Demonstrate to growers and consultants how to effectively use Trichogramma ostriniae to biologically control European corn borer in fresh market sweet corn

A. Erb, Lake Plains Vegetable Program

A. Seaman, WNY Vegetable IPM Area Educator

Research and Development

Relationship of Sweet Corn Silking Stage to Oviposition by the Corn Earworm

R. Straub, Hudson Valley Lab

Additional Report

NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2001: A Year in Review

John Gibbons, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Curt Petzoldt, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Tim Weigle NYS IPM Program, Fredonia

Cheryl TenEyck, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

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FRUIT

Apples

Implementation and Demonstration

Using Apple Scab Pseudothecial Squash Mounts for Timing Early Scab Sprays

D. Rosenberger, Hudson Valley Laboratory, Highland

Biological mite control in Hudson and Champlain Valley Apple Orchards Through the Distribution and Conservation of Typhlodromus pyri

K. Iungerman, Department of Entomology, Geneva

P. Jentsch, Department of Entomology, Geneva

Research and Development

Feasibility of Sanitizing Apple Field Bins to Eliminate Postharvest Pathogens

D. Rosenberger, Hudson Valley Laboratory, Highland

Management of Obliquebanded Leafroller Damage and Insecticide Resistance with a Biorational Insecticide Program

H. Reissig, Department of Entomology, Geneva

R. Straub, Department of Entomology, Geneva

A. Agnello, Department of Entomology, Geneva

Development of Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Apple Fruit Russet

T. Burr, Dept. Plant Pathology, Geneva

Control of Blossom, Shoot and Rootstock Fire Blight In Young, Dwarf Apple Trees Through Nutrition, Pruning and Growth Regulators.

T. Robinson, Dept. of Hort. Sci., Geneva

H. Aldwinckle, Dept. of Plant Path., Geneva

An Organic Apple Production System for New York

T. Robinson, Dept. of Hort. Sci., Geneva

A. Agnello, Dept. of Entomology, Geneva

I. Merwin, Dept. of Horticulture, Ithaca

H. Reissig, Dept. of Entomology, Geneva

D. Rosenberger, Dept. of Plant Path., Highland

J. Schupp, Dept. of Hort. Sci., Highland

R. Straub, Dept. of Entomology, Highland

Other Tree Fruit

Implementation and Demonstration

Controlling Oriental Fruit Moth in Peaches Using Pheromone Disruption

D. Breth, CCE Albion County

Research and Development

Evaluation of Pheromone Disruption in Combination with Insecticide Applications for Control of Peachtree Borers - Year 2

A. Agnello, Department of Entomology, Geneva

D. Kain, Department of Entomology, Geneva

Small Fruit

Research and Development

Mechanisms Underlying Resistance of Strawberry Cultivars to Tarnished Plant Bugs

G. English-Loeb, Department of Entomology, Geneva

M. Rhainds, Department of Entomology, Geneva

Biodegradable Films for Establishment Year Weed Suppression in Matted Row Strawberries

C. Weber, Horticultural Sciences Dept., Geneva

Developing Damage and Economic Thresholds for Foliar Disease Management in Perennial Plantings of Strawberry

W. Turechek, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Geneva

M. Pritts, Dept. of Horticulture, Ithaca

A New, Low-Toxicity Slug Control Material for Strawberries

B. Caldwell, CCE South Central NY Vegetable & Fruit Program

Additional Report

NEWA (Northeast Weather Association) 2001: A Year in Review

John Gibbons, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Curt Petzoldt, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

Tim Weigle, NYS IPM Program, Fredonia

Cheryl TenEyck, NYS IPM Program, Geneva

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