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September 02, 2007

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Does it work? Well, it used to be effective everywhere, but the birds have adapted and in some locations they are quite adept at finding their way into and out of the fruit under the net. Many growers are trying new types of netting that may be more effective (and more expensive); and Alice Wise, of Cornell Cooperative Extension, is running trials of several types at her experimental vineyard in Riverhead, as well as at some commercial vineyards on the North Fork.

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