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Tue, 15 Jul 2014 21:11:29 +0000
Trap catch for 2014
WNY sweet corn trap network report 7.15.14

Nineteen sites reporting this week with only two sites reporting European corn borer (ECB)-E and five with ECB-Z. Five sites caught one corn earworm (CEW) each, this is below the level for a recommended spray. Fall armyworm (FAW) catches were up this week with eight sites reporting trap catches and with one site as high […]

Tue, 24 Jun 2014 17:18:00 +0000
6.24.14 First late blight report in NY

The first late blight reported in NY and the Northeast was found in a commercial potato field in Suffolk county, NY on June 20th.  It’s not clear at this point whether the infection originated from seed or through aerial spore dispersal.  Scout potato and tomato fields carefully (see late blight scouting and imitators video under […]


Abby Seaman
Abby Seaman Vegetables IPM Coordinator
Abby Seaman
Marion Zuefle

Vegetable IPM Educator
Abby Seaman
Betsy Lamb

Greenhouse Vegetable IPM Specialist

Vegetable IPM Working Group

What is a Working Group?
Download Vegetable IPM Research Priorities as a 70k pdf file


CHAIR: Meg McGrath, Long Island Horticultural Research Lab

George Abawi, Plant Pathology, NYSAES, Cornell University

Phil Griffiths, Horticultural Sciences, NYSAES, Cornell University

Christine Hoepting, CCE Orleans County

Julie Kikkert, CCE Ontario County

Keith Perry, Plant Pathology, Ithaca, Cornell University

Stephen Reiners, Horticultural Sciences, NYSAES, Cornell University

Christine Smart, Plant Pathology, Geneva

Maire Ullrich, CCE Orange County

Rich Wildman, Agriculture Consulting Services, Rochester