Christy Hoepting

Program extension goal

The goal of my extension program is to provide leadership in vegetable entomology by providing and generating research-based information that leads to significant advancements in vegetable pest management such as better efficiency of management inputs, increased compatibility with natural occurring biological control and improved safety to the user, environment and consumers.

Specific goals of my extension program include the following:

a) Develop linkages with vegetable extension and the vegetable industry
b) Communicate effectively with the vegetable industry
c) Support the vegetable industry in New York
d) Educate youth about entomology and science.

Recent extension presentations

Controls sought for pest threatening Black Dirt onions [Link] (March 2019)

Update on insect pest management and Cucumber mosaic virus in snap bean [PDF] (Dec 2018)

Seedcorn maggot management in green peas [PDF] (Dec 2018)

Managing caterpillar pests using conventional and OMRI‐listed insecticides in sweet corn [PDF] (Dec 2018)

Biology and management of Phytomyza gymnostoma: a new invasive pest of Allium crops in the eastern US [Powerpoint] (March 2018)

Relationship between Stemphylium vesicarium and onion thrips (Thrips tabaci) in the development of Stemphylium leaf blight disease [Link] (Aug 2018)

Onion thrips and onion maggot management strategies[PDF] (Feb 2018)

Colorado Potato Beetle Management Strategies for Organically and Conventionally Grown Potato[PDF] (Feb 2018)

Managing Corn Earworm using GMO Varieties, Conventional and OMRI-approved Insecticides in Sweet Corn[PDF] (Jan 2017)

Evaluating insecticides for managing diamondback moth in cabbage[PDF] (Dec 2017)

Colorado potato beetle biology and management [PDF] (Jan 2016)

Cucumber mosaic virus in snap beans: symptoms, vectors and management [PDF] (Jan 2016)

Insect pests and their management in selected processing vegetable crops [PDF] (Jan 2016)

Onion maggot management in fresh-market onion [PDF] (Jan 2016)

Onion thrips biology and management in onion [PDF] (Apr 2016)

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