Communicating information to the public is an important part of what we do.  Besides creating recommendations about Best Management Practices to vegetable growers (http://www.nysipm.cornell.edu/vegetables/default.asp), we also engage the general public about important issues in entomology and agriculture.  Here are some examples of what we do (see complete list under People- Shelton).

Biological Control.

Shelton, A. M.  Natural Enemies:  A Guide to Biological Control Agents in North America

Shelton, A.M. Proceedings of the Cornell Community Biological Control Conference, 1996

Organic Agriculture.

Caldwell, B., E. Brown Rosen, E. Sideman, A. Shelton and C. Smart.  2013. Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management, Second Edition

Shelton, A. M.  Are organic agriculture and biotechnology compatible?


Shelton et al. 2016.  Feed the Future South Asia Eggplant Improvement Partnership, USAID

Shelton, A. M. Tragic Papaya

Shelton, A. M. and L. McCandless.  Informing the Dialogue about Agricultural Biotechnology

Shelton et al. Agricultural biotechnology

Shelton, A. M. and S. Fleisher.  2004. Biotech Vegetables for Insect and Insect-Vectored Disease Management

International Working Group on Diamondback Moth

7th International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, March 23-27, 2015, Bangalore India

Biology, ecology and management of insect pests affectiing vegetables and other crops