Anya Osatuke (M.S. Cornell University, '20) is a member of Cornell Cooperative Extension's Harvest NY Team and works in collaboration with the New York State Berry Growers Association. She serves berry and small fruit growers in Western New York (the regions Western New York, Southern Tier, Finger Lakes, and Central New York). Anya's specializations include berry quality, Integrative Pest Management (IPM), and uncommon berry crops. She is assisting in a study evaluating exclusion netting as a means of insect pest control in blueberry and is a collaborator in a study comparing Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation (ASD) as an alternative to chemical fumigation for strawberry plantings. Anya also helps maintain the Berry Diagnostic Tool and writes for the Cornell Berry Blog.