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Leek moth endangers Northern New York’s onion farms

  The Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) associations of Northern New York are asking farmers to report any findings of leek moth, a pest that prefers onions, garlic, chives, shallots, leeks, and other similar crops. Cornell University and CCE researchers — working with a Northern New York Agricultural Development Program grant to trap the pest to […]

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  The Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) associations of Northern New York are asking farmers to report any findings of leek moth, a pest that prefers onions, garlic, chives, shallots, leeks, and other similar crops. Cornell University and CCE researchers — working with a Northern New York Agricultural Development Program grant to trap the pest to […]

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