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PEST ALERT-ARMYWORMS INVADEPARTS OF NEW YORK A lbany, NY (06/12/2012)(readMedia)- New York State Agriculture Commissioner Darrel J. Aubertine today warnedcrop growers of the presence of armyworms in several parts of New York State, including western and northern New Yorkcounties. The Department has received numerous reports fromfarmers and the New York State Integrated Pest Management(IPM) Program have verified that true armyworms haveseverely impacted parts of New York State, especially inwestern New York counties. Additional reports haveestablished the presence of armyworms in Northern New York,the Finger Lakes and Eastern New York. New York’s last significant infestation was in 2008 andprior to that 2001. By some accounts, this year’s infestation issurpassing those experiences. The moth overwinters in theSouth and in some years, flies up to New York laying eggs thathatch into worm-like caterpillars. It is a migratory pest andthe unusual spring weather may be responsible, at least inpart, for this infestation. Homeowners and farmers are encouraged to watch grassand corn fields for signs of infestation. Close monitoring isimportant if this pest is found. According to New York StateIPM Livestock & Field Crops IPM Coordinator, Keith Waldron,a second generation can be expected and may result in furtherdamage in July. Armyworms got their name because they can move in amass, marching in lines from one destroyed field to their nextfeeding ground. They have been found in New York in smallgrains, corn, mixed stands of alfalfa, turf grass, grass and hayfields, but have been known to also infest various vegetables,fruits, legumes, and weeds, including beans, cabbage,cucumbers, lettuce, onions and peas. In their early stages, armyworm larvae appear smooth,cylindrical in shape and are pale green to brownish. Maturelarvae are smooth and marked with two orange, white- bordered strips on each side. True armyworm ranges in sizefrom 1/8 inch to 1.5 inches long and overwinter as partly grownlarvae. Preferring to feed at night, armyworms devour succulentfoliage. By feeding on leaves and occasionally stems, they canseverely damage seedling stands. Because they feed at night,armyworms may inflict much injury before they are detected.Having exhausted a current food supply, the worms migrate asan “army” to new host plants. Fields adjacent to or harboringlush grass are most commonly attacked. Parasites, various diseases, insect predators, and birdsusually keep armyworms under control except after cold, wetsprings. When practical, cultural methods, such as diskinglarge areas, can help reduce future armyworm populations byexposing the pupae to natural enemies and hot weather.However, since armyworm moths are strong fliers, most areaswill be subject to constant reinfestation. Armyworms are easily controlled chemically when buildupoccurs, but to be consistent with State law, it is important thatboth the armyworm pest and the specific crop be labeled on theinsecticide before using the product. Monitoring is importantprior to spraying as treatment should be sought only whenpest levels would cause economic damage. For more information regarding armyworms in New Yorkand how to detect or combat them, contact your local CornellCooperative Extension agent (www.cce.cornell.edu).f CHRIST CENTERED COUNSELING. A free servicecovering all areas of human need including mental, emotionaland physical health; alcohol, nicotine and drug addiction;eating disorders; family, marital and other relationships;careers; finances; demon activity, cults and false religions.Call 607-387-5966 or write Box 488, Trumansburg, NY 14886. tf THE BOLIVAR LIONESS CLUB IS COLLECTING usedhearing aids for the Finger Lakes Region Lion’s HearingFoundation. The FLRLHF assists financially burdened hearingimpaired persons in our area (and western NY). The usedhearing aids’ salvage value normally offsets the cost of repairs.Please put your old hearing aids in a sealed plastic bag toprevent loss of small parts. A drop box is located at SteubenTrust Bank, Bolivar, NY or contact Lois Lounsberry, 585-928- 1752 if you have a donation.tf The PORTVILLE COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY, locatedat the First Presbyterian Church, 19 N. Main St., Portville, isa volunteer organization of the Portville Community. It is asupplemental and emergency food pantry seeking to serve theresidents of the Portville School district. Anyone who receivesassistance (food stamps, welfare, Social Security, etc.) andresides in the Portville School District is eligible to receive foodfrom the Portville Community Food Pantry. The food pantry isopen the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noonand again from 5 to 6:30 p.m.tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stopwe can help. Call AA answering service in your area at 716- 372-4800 or 607-276-8588 to talk to someone who cares or tofind a meeting in your area.tf
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DREAM BIG!!! READ! Calling all dreamers!!! Join us for Bolivar Library’ssummer reading program beginning in July. All dreamers willparticipate in a monthly reading challenge and attend specialactivities and events set for Tuesdays in July. We will celebratethe theme with night-related stories, music, crafts and even amagic show. Come and dream with us!!! Details will appear onthe Library’s web site. Watch for registration information. Thiswill be a fun summer!!2/19f
PAW'S CORNER: By Sam Mazzotta Pet Odors: When Funk Attacks DEAR PAW'S CORNER: We bathe and brush our dog "Clint"regularly and wash his bedding, but our apartment still smells kind of funky. Is there any way to totally rid our place of that dog odor? -- Karenin Long Island, N.Y. DEAR KAREN: I'm not sure it's 100 percent possible to completelyget rid of pet odors, but you can tackle some common problem areas tominimize the odors. The American Kennel Club recently published sometips to combat pet odors, especially in hidden areas you might not havethought of: --Wash Clint's bed coverings and blankets every week. --Buy a spare set of bed coverings or blankets to swap out and wash. --Sweep and mop underneath the pet bed and in and around Clint'skennel cage at least once a week. --Cover throw pillows around the house with washable coverings. --Check under furniture or in other spots where Clint hides to makesure he isn't stashing old bones or leftovers there. --Once a month or whenever they start getting funky, wash Clint'stoys with soapy water and let dry completely. --Before vacuuming the house, sprinkle baking soda over the carpetto absorb minor odors. --Wash other textiles more frequently, such as curtains and area rugs,to remove fur and odor. --If Clint has an accident indoors, clean up as quickly as possible,wash the spot with mild soap and water, and blot dry. If odor lingers inthat spot, the padding underneath may be affected; air out by lifting thecarpet away, or replace that section of carpet and padding. Send your question or comment to firstname.lastname@example.org, or write toPaw's Corner, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475,Orlando, FL 32853-6475. For more pet care-related advice andinformation, visit www.pawscorner.com. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Thai Cucumber Salad Fresh herbs abound in this peanut- laced Thai Cucumber Salad. 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice 2 tablespoons sugar 1/4 teaspoon crushed redpepper 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 seedless cucumber, unpeeledand thinly sliced crosswise 1 tablespoon snipped freshchives 1 tablespoon sliced basil leaves 1 tablespoon minced cilantroleaves 1 tablespoon chopped peanuts 1. In serving bowl, whisktogether lime juice, sugar, crushedred pepper and salt. 2. Just before serving, addcucumber, chives, basil andcilantro, and stir to combine.Sprinkle with peanuts to serve.Makes 8 (1/2 cup) servings. • Each serving: About 25calories, 1g total fat (0g saturated),0mg cholesterol, 75mg sodium, 5gtotal carbs, 1g dietary fiber, 1gprotein. For thousands of triple-testedrecipes, visit our website atwww.goodhousekeeping.com/ recipefinder/. (c) 2011 Hearst Communications,Inc. All rights reserved The Jerusalem artichoke hasnothing to do with eitherJerusalem or artichokes. It isactually part of the sunflowerfamily.
RICHBURG COLONIAL LIBRARY The Richburg Colonial Library is accepting donations of books in good condition, as well as DVDs are being accepted.Please do not donate encyclopedias, textbooks or condensedbooks. Items may be donated at the library on Mondays &Thursdays 9-5 and Tuesdays from 3-7. Call the library formore information. -Judy Johnson, Richburg Colonial Library,585-928-2694.2/19f