Tagged Cornell University

FruitsBeaudry, Watkins, And Davenport Named Fellows Of American Society for Horticultural Science
September 3, 2015
Randolph Beaudry of Michigan State University (MSU), Joan Davenport of Washington State University (WSU), and Christopher Watkins of Cornell University Read More
FruitsA Breakthrough In Biotechnology And The Future Of The Fruit Industry
August 28, 2015
Researchers from California and Sweden have recently been honored for a discovery that could have big implications for the fruit Read More
Apples & PearsCornell University To Host First Fruit Tour For Spanish-Speaking Employees
July 14, 2015
The Cornell Cooperative Extension, Lake Ontario Fruit Program team will present the first summer fruit tour for Spanish-speaking employees. This Read More
Apples & PearsCornell Cooperative Summer Fruit Tour Will Be June 17
June 10, 2015
The 2015 Cornell Cooperative Extension Lake Ontario Summer Fruit Tour in Western New York will be held significantly earlier than Read More
Apples & PearsIPM Institute Of North America Offers Conference Calls To Educate Growers
February 11, 2015
Weekly educational sessions to address IPM program issues that arise during the extent of the growing season. Read More
Apples & PearsProject Aims To Create More Efficient Tree Structure
February 10, 2015
By altering branch growth in peach and apple trees, researchers hope to produce more sustainable orchards. Read More
Mario Miranda Sazo
FruitsHow To Build A Highly Skilled Committed Spanish-Speaking Fruit Team
January 4, 2015
Sometimes the smallest of gestures makes the biggest impact on your relationship with your employees. Read More
GrapesDoes Cabernet Franc Fit Into Bordeaux Regional Production?
December 12, 2014
Clonal selection, improving fruit topics, influence of soil characteristics were among topics French researcher presented to Finger Lakes grape growers. Read More
GrapesNorthern Grapes Project Presents Webinar Series
December 4, 2014
Topics to be covered include sulfur spray residues, cold hardy winegrapes, cordon training systems and more. Read More
GrapesFact-Checking Some Viticulture Myths
November 11, 2014
Here are a few ‘myths’ that we have in viticulture, and what researchers have found out about them. Read More
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Apples & PearsModi Apple Off To Promising Start
October 8, 2015
The "Eco-friendly by Nature" red apple looks to international markets and continues its globally orientated marketing and communication activities. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Citrus Research Board Names New Chief
October 8, 2015
Gary Schulz, a long-time administrator of several agricultural associations in the state, takes the helm. Read More
FertilizerNominations Open For The Fertilizer Institute’s 2…
October 7, 2015
The 4R Nutrient Stewardship Program honors growers and fertilizer retailers who demonstrate a strong commitment to nutrient use efficiency. Read More
CucurbitsBayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds, National Watermelon …
October 6, 2015
Bayer to fund first-year memberships to all eligible watermelon growers. Read More
Crop ProtectionNew Invasive Vegetable Pest Found In Michigan
October 6, 2015
Swede midge impacts cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and other crucifers. Read More
CitrusAg Leaders Speak Out In Favor Of New Trade Agreement
October 6, 2015
Leaders from across the U.S. agriculture and food sector have continued to express their optimism and confidence in the newly Read More
NutsResearchers Study Almond Rootstock Salt Tolerance
October 6, 2015
The continued drought means more growers are relying on groundwater, which, depending on location, can be quite saline. Consequences of Read More
NutsThe Future Of Almonds And Honeybees
October 6, 2015
Dan Cummings knows a thing or two about honeybees. Not only does he oversee 6,500 acres of almond trees as Read More
FruitsBuild Your Farm’s Brand Through Farm-To-Table Din…
October 6, 2015
Bringing people to your farm during the off season can be as easy as setting a dinner table. Read More
CitrusFree Online Irrigation Courses Now Available   
October 6, 2015
Get on-demand irrigation information at the new irrigation education website. Read More
CitrusUSDA Awards Nearly $35M To Support Local Foods, Increas…
October 6, 2015
Funding supports local food systems, farmers markets and healthier eating for SNAP participants. Read More
CitrusSpecialty Crops Get $113M Boost From USDA
October 5, 2015
Funds to bolster local and regional farmers’ markets. Read More
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EquipmentGrimmway Farms Moves Plants With Robots
October 5, 2015
In phase one of what it hopes will be a series of trials, Grimmway Farms experimented with the concept of Read More
Grimmway's Harvest Automation robots
EquipmentRobots, Container Production, And The Future Of Vegetab…
October 5, 2015
Water. Labor. Affordable land. Transportation costs. As a vegetable grower, you face challenges like these every year — but lately Read More
GenNext GrowersGenNext Researchers Focused On Farming’s Future Growth
October 5, 2015
As the next generation of growers become leaders and decision makers in their own operations, they won’t have to make Read More
VegetablesContinue To Provide Healthy Choices For Kids [opinion]
October 4, 2015
Childhood nutrition programs in schools are coming under fire. The current requirement is just a half-cup of a fruit or vegetable in a lunch, and we need to make sure we move forward, not backward. Read More
Amanda Gevens
GenNext GrowersGenNext Researchers: Amanda Gevens
October 4, 2015
As the next generation of growers become leaders and decision makers in their own operations, they won’t have to make Read More
Apples & PearsEnvironmental Stress And Tree Growth Presented At WSU F…
October 4, 2015
Washington State University (WSU) Fruit School will be held Nov. 17-18 at the Confluence and Technology Center in Wenatchee, WA. Read More