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Organic Onion Grower Survey - Insect and Foliar Disease Management

Researchers from Cornell Entomology and the School of Integrative Plant Science – Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe Biology Section are conducting a survey to learn about current management strategies used for two serious onion pests, the onion thrips (insect), and stemphylium leaf blight (foliar disease), in organic onion production in New York state.  The survey is part of a project to evaluate multiple tactics for managing these pests organically.

The survey should take less than 9 minutes and can be taken on your computer, cell phone or tablet. All answers will be confidential.