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Project Title: Economic Incentives for High Toxicity Pesticide Reduction in Northeast Apples


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Grant ID Number:X8 - 97165101-0
EPA Region:EPA R1AAShip:R01 - Region 1
Division/Office:OEPLab/Office:
CFDA:66.716Media:Pesticides
Grant Program:
Authority:
Recipient Name: Red Tomato Inc.
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:MACong District:Statewide
DUNS:178640330
Competition Status:
Award Date:06/04/2007Cum Award:$68,840
Project Start:07/01/2007Project End:06/30/2008

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Economic Incentives for High Toxicity Pesticide Reduction in Northeast Apples
The project will Improve Measurement and Communicate Results-Economic Incentives for High Toxicity Pesticide Reduction in Northeast Apples by
Collecting and Managing Data: Participating apple growers will receive and be trained on an improved version of "TracApple" software developed to maintain pesticide application records and other crop conditions such as results of pest scouting.




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RoleNamePhone
Project Officer Andrea Szylvian 617-918-1198
Grant Specialist Brian Tocci 617-918-1979

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