Pest Management

We promote the health of New York crops through research on the ecology, biology and management of insects that affect the health of tree fruits, berries, grapes and vegetables. Improving our understanding of pest biology and ecology in crop systems is central to our development of practical, cost-effective and environmentally sensitive pest management tactics. In addition, research in these areas helps us to predict crop pest outbreaks, develop insecticide resistance management strategies and mitigate the spread of insect-transmitted crop diseases.

Lynn Sosnoskie
Lynn Sosnoskie

Assistant Professor

School of Integrative Plant Science

Horticulture Section

Cornell AgriTech

Lynn Sosnoskie
Weed ecology
Weed management
Specialty crops
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Jan Nyrop

Professor

Department of Entomology

Goichman Family Director

Cornell AgriTech

Jan Nyrop
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Ping Wang

Professor

Department of Entomology

Cornell AgriTech

Ping Wang
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Brian Nault

Professor

Department of Entomology

Cornell AgriTech

Brian Nault
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Gregory Loeb

Professor

Department of Entomology

Cornell AgriTech

Gregory Loeb
Kyle Wickings holding a tuft of grass and dirt
Kyle Wickings

Associate Professor

Department of Entomology

Cornell AgriTech

Kyle Wickings
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Amara Dunn

Extension Associate

CALS NYS Integrated Pest Mgmt

Amara Dunn
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Marion Zuefle

Extension Associate

CALS NYS Integrated Pest Mgmt

Marion Zuefle
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Jaime Cummings

Extension Associate, Senior

CALS NYS Integrated Pest Mgmt

Jaime Cummings
Julie Carroll
Juliet Carroll

Senior Extension Associate (retired)

School of Integrative Plant Science

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section

Fruit IPM Coordinator (retired)

CALS NYS Integrated Pest Mgmt

Juliet Carroll
Integrated pest management
Tree Fruit
Grapes and Berries