2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 5 of 5
Donna Ellis (CPPM-EIP) – What’s new with IPM in Connecticut? – University of Connecticut. Olivia Saunders (NESARE) – Weed control in low-input or organically grown wild lowbush blueberries . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 4 of 5
Darcy Telenko (NESARE, NYFVI) – Evaluation of novel bird repellents in vegetable crops – CCE Cornell Vegetable Program. Maria Gorgo-Gourovitch (NEIPMC) – Bringing IPM to the Hispanic . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 3 of 5
Aditi Dubey (NESARE) – Evaluations of economic benefits and long-term sustainability of neonicotinoid seed treatment use in the mid-Atlantic – University of Maryland. Rebecca Brown . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 2 of 5
Cesar Rodriguez-Saona (ARDP) – Managing an invasive drosophilid species in agriculture using innovative behavioral manipulation strategies – Rutgers University. Anne Nielsen (ARDP) . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 1 of 5
Changlu Wang (NEIPMC) – Reducing pest infestations and insecticide residues in low income housing – Rutgers University. Charles Lubelczyk (NEIPMC) – Manipulation of winter soil conditions . . .
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