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Results of the 2010
Extension and Research Projects

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.

Livestock and Field Crops

Ornamentals and Turfgrass

Vegetables

Fruit

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Livestock and Field Crops

Livestock

Development of Veterinary Entomology IPM Extension Materials

D. A. Rutz, Entomology, Cornell University
J. K. Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Field Crops

NYS Field Crops Weekly Pest Report- Evaluation 2010

K. Wise, NYS IPM, Cornell University
J. K. Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University

2010 Soybean Integrated Pest and Crop Management On-Farm Educational Programs in New York

K. Wise, NYS IPM, Cornell University
J. K. Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Improving Field Crop Extension outreach through Enhanced Growing Season

J. K. Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University
R. Hahn, Crop and Soil Science, Cornell University

Preparing New York Outreach Professionals for Soybean Rust

J. K. Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University


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Ornamentals and Turfgrass

General

Make it Vivid with Video: A New Communication Method for IPM Education on Diseases of Ornamentals

M. Daughtrey, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology, Cornell University
B. Eshenaur, NYS IPM, Cornell University
B. Lamb, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Nursery

Employing foliar endophytes as biocontrol agents

T. Bauerle, Horticulture, Cornell University

Branching Out: Focusing on Feature Articles

G. Hudler, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology, Cornell University

Greenhouse

Investigating Silicon Nutrition to Decrease Pythium Root Rot Severity in Snapdragons and New Guinea Impatiens

N. Mattson, Horticulture, Cornell University
M. Daughtrey, Plant Pathology, Cornell University
E. Lamb, NYS IPM, Cornell University


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Vegetables

Mixed Vegetables

Determining the impact of cover crops on nematode population within the project – "Prioritizing cover crops for improving root-health and yield of vegetables in the Northeast."

G. Abawi, Plant Pathology-Microbe Biology, NYSAES Geneva, Cornell University
C. Petzoldt, NYS IPM Program, NYSAES Geneva, Cornell University

Developing farmers' skills and confidence in the use of Trichogramma ostriniae for European corn borer control in sweet corn, peppers and potatoes

A. Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University
R. Hazzard, University of Massachusetts
T. Kuhar, Virginia Tech

Exploring the Feasibility of Perimeter Trap Cropping for Striped Cucumber Beetle Management on Organic Farms

A. Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University
J. Gardner, Entomology, Cornell University
S. Pitcher, Entomology, Cornell University
M. Hoffmann, Entomology, Cornell University

Online learning modules to improve access to DEC category recertification credits for fruit and vegetable farmers

A. Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University
Ron Gardner, Pesticide Management Education Program

Decision Support System for IPM in Potato/Tomato

W. Fry, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology, Cornell University
A. Degaetano, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University
L. Joseph, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University

Late Blight Network

A. Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Onions

Reducing Onion Thrips Populations in Onion by Optimizing Nitrogen Levels at Planting

Brian Nault, Entomology, NYSAES, Cornell University

Peppers

Integrated Weed Control in Transplanted Pepper: Evaluating the Use of Between-Row Cultivation Tools with Banded In-row Applications of 200-grain Vinegar

R. Bellinder, Horticulture, Cornell University

Sweet Corn

2010 New York Sweet Corn Pheromone Trap Network

A. Seaman, NYS IPM, Cornell University
J. K. Waldron, NYS IPM, Cornell University
S. Menasha, Extension Resource Educator, CCE Suffolk County


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Fruit

Grapes

Weather-driven Grape IPM Forecast Models and Decision Aids from the Network for Environment and Weather Awareness

J. Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Validating a Phenology-Based Degree-Day Model to Improve Timing for Grape Berry Moth Management

T. Weigle, NYS IPM, Cornell University
J. Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University
G. Loeb, Entomology, NYSAES Geneva, Cornell University

Know Your Audience - A Multi-pronged Approach to Information Transfer

T. Weigle, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Berries

A trap crop system for managing tarnished plant bug damage in strawberries

G. Loeb, Entomology, NYSAES Geneva, Cornell University
M. Pritts, Horticultural Sciences, Cornell University

Tree Fruit

Effect of Spring-Pruning Method, Copper Sprays and Training Systems on Bacterial Canker of Sweet Cherry

J. Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University
T. Robinson, Horticultural Sciences, Cornell University
T. Burr, Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe-Biology, Cornell University
S. Hoying, Horticultural Sciences, Cornell University

Integration of OMRI-Approved Fungicides, Sanitation, and Cultural Controls for Managing Summer Diseases on Apples

D. Rosenberger, Plant Pathology, NYSAES Geneva, Cornell University and Superintendent, Cornell's Hudson Valley Lab, Highland
K. Cox, Plant Pathology, NYSAES Geneva, Cornell University


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Program-wide

Applying weather data and forecasts for managing crop inputs and reducing crop losses

J. Carroll, NYS IPM, Cornell University

New York State Integrated Pest Management Program Communications Activities for 2010

K. English, NYS IPM, Cornell University

Status of the NYS IPM Program Website, http://www.nysipm.cornell.edu for 2010

K. English, NYS IPM, Cornell University

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