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IPM for Fruit

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Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) causes significant injury to fruit crops.

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Tree fruit, grape, and berry crops benefit from implementing IPM—environmentally and economically sensible ways to protect crops from insects, plant diseases, weeds, and vertebrate pests. The NYS IPM Program works with local extension educators, faculty, crop consultants, and agricultural businesses to find IPM answers, develop new IPM methods, and deliver IPM information. What is IPM?

From Cornell Fruit Resources
IPM–Tree Fruit IPM–Grapes IPM–Berries

 

Juliet Carroll, Fruit IPM Coordinator

NYS IPM Program
630 W. North St., Geneva, NY 14456
315-787-2430
jec3@cornell.edu

Tim Weigle, Grape IPM Area Extension Educator

Cornell Lake Erie Research & Extension Lab (CLEREL)
6592 West Main Rd., Portland, NY 14769
716-792-2800 ext. 203
thw4@cornell.edu

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Visit Cornell Fruit Resources for comprehensive information on fruit.