New York Berry News, a NACAA award-winning newsletter, provides a statewide perspective on the production of berry crops in New York. This monthly online publication brings you cutting edge research and extension information from Cornell faculty and extension staff, along with feature articles by guest authors from around the world.
Much information exists on controlling plant pests and problems, but one must first identify the cause before intervention can occur. The Berry Diagnostic Tool was developed to assist the student, grower, and extension educator in identifying potential causes of plant problems in berry crops.
Disease management strategies are very similar for both organic and conventional small fruit production systems. In both systems it is important to develop and use an integrated disease management program that integrates as many disease control methods as possible, the more the better.
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