2012 Cornell Guide for the Integrated Management of
containers may be designed by the propagator, the grower, the retailer or the
Hyatt, Long Island Horticutural Research and Extension Center, Riverhead, NY)
Every effort has been made to
provide correct, complete, and up-to-date pest management information for New
York State at the time this publication was released for printing (October, 2011). Changes in pesticide registrations,
regulations, and guidelines occurring after publication are available in county
Cornell Cooperative Extension offices or from the Pesticide Management
Education Program web site (http://pmep.cce.cornell.edu/).
Trade names used herein are
for convenience only. No endorsement of products in intended, nor is criticism
of unnamed products implied.
These guidelines are not a
substitute for pesticide labeling. Always read the product label before
applying any pesticide.
The guidelines in this
bulletin reflect the current (and past) authors’s best effort to interpret a
complex body of scientific research, and to translate this into practical
management options. Following the guidance provided in this bulletin does not
assure compliance with any applicable law, rule, regulation or standard, or the
achievement of particular discharge levels from agricultural land.