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Armyworms arrive – Walt Nelson, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Monroe County, is featured in this WHAM Channel 13 Rochester news story.

Expect slim pickings for apples and peaches [Syracuse Post-Standard 6/5/2012] – Deborah Breth, a fruit specialist with Cornell Cooperative Extension for 27 years ago, said crops are in the worst shape she’s seen since she began her job.

2012: The End of Organic Tomatoes? [rodale.com 6/14/2012] – Says Meg McGrath, plant pathologist at Cornell University’s Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center of late blight: “This is a community disease because it is so contagious and destructive. We all need to work together to manage it.”

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