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  • New York State Integrated Pest Management
Adult spotted lanternfly might have disappeared with summer, but they're simply gearing up for next season.

SLF will lay eggs on any solid surface, including trees, tires—even lawn furniture. Scrape the eggs by putting them in doubled sealable bags, alcohol or hand sanitizer or by smashing or burning them. Fewer eggs this winter mean fewer SLF next summer. 

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Lead New York is pleased to announce that members of its 20th class have successfully completed the “Leadership Fundamentals” portion of the training program. Class members were recognized at a graduation ceremony on April 6 in Binghamton, NY...
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  • Global Development
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Gerald White, a professor emeritus of agricultural economics in the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management whose research supported fruit growers and winemakers in New York state and around the world, died April 14, 2023, in...

  • Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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