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Fruit IPM Extension and Research Priorities

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Fruit IPM Stakeholder Extension and Research Priorities for New York State
Tree Fruit Grape Berry
Based on input from grower stakeholders, Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators and Cornell University Faculty. Edited April 2012 by the Fruit IPM Working Group.
Tree Fruit Rank
Evaluation of sprayers, drift, canopy management and coverage issues. 1
Brown marmorated stink bug biology & management 2
Fungicide & bactericide resistance management 3
Fire blight management 4
Development and testing of alternative materials and non-pesticide options for pest and crop management 5
Apple scab management in wet years 6
Insecticide & miticide resistance management and monitoring 7
Replacements for organophosphates, carbamates, pyrethroids 8
Obliquebanded leafroller biology and management 9
Internal lepidoptera biology and management 10
Flyspeck & sooty blotch and summer fruit rot biology and management on apples 11
Postharvest decay and mycotoxin management 12
Development of web-based decision support systems 13
Develop Integrated Production Management - IFP 14
Interaction between herbicides (especially glyphosate) and plant health 15
Dogwood borer biology and management 16
Wooly apple aphid biology and management 17
X-disease and Tomato ringspot virus (ToRSV) biology and management on stone fruits 18
Pheromone mating disruption effectiveness 19
Weed biology and management in orchards 20
Bacterial canker biology and management on stone fruits 21
Apple scab ascospore maturity 22
Fire blight management of shoot blight phase 23
Integrated management of phytophagous mites & conservation of predatory mites 24
Tarnished plant bug biology and management 25
Groundwater-risky products: replacement or other options 26
Abandoned orchards as reservoirs for pests 27
Integrated management of phytophagous mites 28
Stink bug biology and management 29
Organic production methods 30
Plant bug & mullein bug biology and management 31
Fabraea leaf spot biology and management on pear 32
Pesticide phytotoxicity on stone fruit 33
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Grape Rank
Grape berry moth biology and management alternatives 1
Invasive species biology, management and impact on IPM 2
Development and testing of alternative materials and non-pesticide options, including resistant varieties 3
Evaluation of sprayers, canopy management and fruit coverage issues 4
Sour rot & bitter rot complexes, biology and management 5
Powdery mildew biology and management 6
Fungicide resistance management 7
Downy mildew biology and management 8
Botrytis bunch rot biology and management 9
Low-input or organic methods 10
Integration of biological & chemical controls 11
Optimization of spray inputs for disease management 12
Environmentally sound and economically feasible controls that will improve or maintain quality 13
Row-middle weed management (cover crops) 14
European red mite biology and management 15
Economic injury in relation to wine/juice quality 16
Asian lady beetle wine taint prevention 17
Phomopsis biology and management 18
Environmentally sound and economically feasible weed management 19
Insecticide resistance management 20
Black rot biology and management 21
Crown gall biology and management 22
Asian lady beetle biology and management 23
Strategies for use of sulfur and copper 24
Under-row weed management to preserve suckers 25
Vertebrate management: deer, turkeys, birds 26
Biology & management of viral diseases (e.g. grape leaf roll and tomato ring spot) 27
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Berry Crops Rank
Spotted wing drosophila biology and management in berry crops 1
Tarnished plant bug biology and management on strawberries and brambles 2
Sap beetle biology and management in strawberry and brambles 3
IPM in high tunnels 4
Weed management in all berries 5
Bird management 6
Anthracnose biology and management on strawberry 7
Cranberry fruit worm and cherry fruit worm biology and management on blueberry 8
Viruses in blueberries 9
Mummy berry biology and management on blueberry 10
Cane blight in red raspberries 11
Strawberry: herbicides, decline, and soil health 12
Development and testing of alternative materials and non-pesticide options 13
Root weevil and scarab beetle biology and management in strawberry 14
Economic thresholds for leaf spot, leaf scorch & powdery mildew on strawberry 15
Replant problems on strawberry and raspberry 16
Slug management in strawberries 17
Japanese beetle biology and management 18
Organic production methods 19
Cyclament mite in strawberry 20
Two-spotted spider mites in strawberry & raspberry 21
Black root rot on strawberry 22
Winter injury management on raspberry, blackberry and blueberry 23
Plastic mulch disposal issues 24
Biodegrabable mulches during establishment 25
Phomopsis biology and management on blueberry 26
Crown borer biology and management in brambles 27
Raspberry cane borer biology and management 28
Imported currant worm biology and management on Ribes 29
Currant aphid management on Ribes 30
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