BRANCHING OUT, an IPM Newsletter for Trees and Shrubs may be just the ticket if your woody ornamentals pest management program could benefit from timely, reliable field reports and up-to date management recommendations.
Faculty and staff in Cornell's Department of Plant Pathology, in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension educators throughout the state, gather information for Branching Out via on-site scouting at selected locations from Long Island to Rochester, and they use that information together with tips from professional and trade literature to prepare articles of interest to you.
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