Vegetable IPM

We help you deal with vegetable pests—insects, plant diseases, weeds, and more—using methods that help keep health and environmental risks as low as possible while saving you money.

An ear of sweet corn

Read the latest reports from the New York Sweet Corn Pheromone Trap Network.

Two squash; one is green and one is orange

Evaluating pest and whole-farm management impacts of four organic bush squash production systems.

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Abby Seaman

Area Extension Educator, Vegetables

NYS Integrated Pest Management

Abby Seaman
Organic Production
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Bryan Brown

Senior Extension Associate

NYS Integrated Pest Management

Adjunct Assistant Professor

School of Integrative Plant Science

Horticulture Section

Bryan Brown
Integrated weed management
Culturally appropriate extension
Weed seedbank dynamics
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Marion Zuefle

Senior Extension Associate

NYS Integrated Pest Management

Marion Zuefle
Invasive species
Exotic pests and diseases
Using soil temperature readings to suggest when weeds are likely to germinate
  • CHAIR: mtm3 [at] (Meg McGrath,) Long Island Horticultural Research Lab
  • 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