N.Y. State Growers Using IPM of New York state growers are using at least one form of Integrated Pest Management, according to a report recently released by Cornell University here. The New York State Integrated Pest Management Program's 1996 Annual Report also found that hundreds of state growers rely completely on IPM practices. Forty-five IPM projects in 33 New York counties were funded in 1995, according to the report. The report listed several IPM projects from last year, including ...

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