Field Crops Publications

Here are several free field crop publications you can sign up to receive from Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell University's IPM Program.  These newsletters, articles, and email updates provide timely and useful information on upcoming events, current research, IPM (integrated pest management) and pest alerts, and more throughout the growing season and beyond.

NYS IPM Weekly

Field Crops Pest Report  

This seasonal, weekly scouting report provides timely information on the presence, identification, and management guidelines for significant field crop pests in New York to help users learn about, and better anticipate, current and emerging problems, and improve their integrated pest management efforts.

The scouting report is written by Ken Wise at CCE Dutchess County, with Cornell University’s NYS IPM Program for Livestock and Field Crops, in collaboration with other Cornell Cooperative Extension personnel.  

Sign up for the scouting report through the blog at by entering your email in the “Subscribe by email” box (middle/right side of screen). If you have an questions about this publication, contact Ken Wise at 845-677-8223.

What’s Cropping Up?      

What's Cropping Up?  is a digital newsletter published every other month providing timely information on field crop production and environmental issues as they relate to New York agriculture. It is distributed by the Section of Soil and Crop Sciences at Cornell University.

New issues of What’s Cropping Up are posted online at and new issues are emailed directly to subscribers. 

To sign up for the What's Cropping Up newsletter, email your name and email address to Jenn Thomas-Murphy at Past issues can be accessed at

Articles from the newsletter are also posted regularly to the What’s Cropping Up? blog at To sign up for email notifications when new articles are posted, go to the blog and enter your email in the “Subscribe by email” box (middle/right side of screen).

If you have any questions about this publication, contact Jenn Thomas-Murphy at 607-255-2177 or email

Capital Area Ag & Hort ( CAAHP)
E-Newsletter and Ag Report        

Ag & Hort E-Newsletter: a weekly email newsletter with upcoming events and announcements. If you have questions, contact Tove Ford at 518-765-3500 or email

Ag Report: an emailed report which goes out most weeks of the growing season updating farmers on what is happening in the field with crops and pests to help them make timely management decisions. Examples of recent Ag Reports can be viewed at If you have any questions on the Ag Rrport, contact Aaron Gabriel at 518-746-2560 or email

Sign up for both of these CAAHP publications at the following link:

For other publications available through our Agriculture Program, go to If you have any questions, contact Carrie at 845-340-3990 x311 or email

Last updated April 19, 2017