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Lake Ontario Fruit Program

NESARE On-Farm Research/ Partnership Project report
Integrating Herbicide Strategies and Ground Cover in High Density Orchards

Plum pox virus
Updated for 2012


Participating counties:
Monroe
Niagara
Orleans
Oswego
Wayne


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Future N.Y. Fruit
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Lake Ontario Fruit Program
Cornell Cooperative Extension

The Lake Ontario Fruit Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension has a new website!

The new address is: http://lof.cce.cornell.edu/ launched 1/10/2014.

We will be using the new website for loading fruit production information and meeting announcements. You will be able to register for meetings and sponsorships on-line using credit cards. We hope you like the new website. If you are enrolled you will be able to access Fruit Notes, Fruit Fax, and Harvest Maturity Reports through the website using a log-in. We will provide links to content in the fruit.cornell.edu site. We will keep fresh content on this new site. In the near future, we will move content from this old site to the new site, and redirect visitors to our new site. We invite you to give us feedback on what you like and do not like.


2014 Lake Ontario Winter Fruit Schools
  • Feb. 3 at CCE Niagara County, Lockport, NY
  • Feb. 4 at Wallington Fire House, Sodus, NY
Cornell faculty will present research-based information on a variety of topics including: precision fruit production, new recommendations for management of fire blight, scab, mildew, San Jose scale, woolly apple aphid, apple maggot, weed control, planning for big crops in the future, and more. There will also be a concurrent morning session in Spanish.

Full program and registration form.

Contact: Kim Hazel krh5@cornell.edu Phone: (585) 798-4265 - ext. 26 Fax: (585) 798-5191

New:
Fontelis™ fungicide label

Updated:
Managing Codling Moth and Oriental Fruit Moth In Apples

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This site is designed to meet communications needs of the Lake Ontario Fruit Program. Comments? Email Deborah Breth, Lake Ontario Fruit Program team leader, or Craig Cramer, Communication Specialist, Dept. of Horticulture.