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2.6.1 Fact Sheets
Cornell vineyard weed management fact sheets are available free upon request from the Bulletin Room, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY 14456.
Pool, R.M., R.M. Dunst, and A.F. Senesac. 1990. Managing weeds in New York vineyards. I. Choosing a weed management program. Cornell Grape Facts I-1.
Senesac, A.F., R.M. Dunst, and R.M. Pool. 1990. Managing weeds in New York vineyards. II. Chemical control of vineyard weeds. Cornell GrapeFacts I-2.
Dunst, R.M., A.F. Senesac, and R.M. Pool. 1990.
Managing weeds in New York vineyards. III. Pre-emergence herbicides. Cornell GrapeFacts I-3.
Dunst, R.M., A.F. Senesac, and R.M. Pool. 1990. Managing weeds in New York vineyards. IV. Post-emergence herbicides. Cornell GrapeFacts I-4.
Pool, R.M., R.M. Dunst, and James S. Kamas. 1990. Managing weeds in New York vineyards. V. Managing vineyard floors using no-tillage. Cornell GrapeFacts I-5.
Several grape IPM fact sheets are available for the following diseases:
- angular leaf scorch
- Botrytis bunch rot
- black rot
- crown gall
- downy mildew
- Eutypa dieback
- Fanleaf degeneration/decline disease
- grape leafroll disease
- grapevine red blotch disease
- powdery mildew
- Phomopsis cane and leaf spot
And for the following insect pests:
- banded grape bug
- grape berry moth
- grape cane borer
- grape cane gallmaker
- climbing cutworms
- grape leafhopper
- grape cane girdler
- grape flea beetle
- grape rootworm
- grape tumid gallmaker
For the online versions of these fact sheets, see:
Several publications in the New York's Food and Life Sciences bulletin series have information concerning insect management and spray materials. These are also available from the Geneva Experiment Station Bulletin Room. They include:
Bulletin No. 118. Preventing decomposition of agricultural chemicals by alkaline hydrolysis in the spray tank. Contains information about specific materials and addresses such topics as incompatibility with lime. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/5149.
Bulletin No. 135. Pheromonal control of the grape berry moth: An effective alternative to conventional insecticides. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/5194.
Bulletin No. 138. Risk assessment for grape berry moth and guidelines for management of the Eastern grape leafhopper. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/5202.34117
2.6.3 Guidelines, Books, and Proceedings
Integrated pest management of grapevines: Present and future strategies. Proceedings of the Nelson J. Shaulis Viticulture Symposium, March 5 and 6, 1991. New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Cornell University, Geneva, New York.
Weeds of the Northeast, Cornell University Press, Sage House, 512 E. State St., Ithaca, NY.
2019 New York and Pennsylvania pest management guidelines for grapes. The online version is available at: cropandpestguides.cce.cornell.edu/2019/grapes.
NYS IPM Publication No. 224. 2011 Production guide for organic grapes. Available online at www.nysipm.cornell. edu/organic_guide/grapes.pdf.