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May 2021

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July 2021

Hemp Grain and Fiber: Production, Pests, Processing, and Policy in NY State

July 6 - July 7, 2021
6pm - 7:15pm
Zoom

Free evening webinars with presentations by Cornell University and NYS Ag and Markets.

2021 Beef Tour O'Mara Farms

July 16, 2021
9:15am - 3pm
O'Mara Farms

2021 Beef Tour O'Mara Farms

O'Mara Farm beef tour in Hubbardsville and Canastota.

Ventilation & Heat Abatement for Dairy Cattle from Calves in Utero to Mature Cows

July 21, 2021
July 29, 2021

11:45am - 3:15pm

Ventilation & Heat Abatement for Dairy Cattle from Calves in Utero to Mature Cows

Reasons, Economics, & Practical Strategies

CANCELLED: Pigweeds and Soybean Cyst Nematodes ID & Management Workshop

Event Offers DEC Credits

July 27, 2021
1:00pm - 3:15pm
4-H Training Center
Ballston Spa, NY

Cancelled due to lack of interest.  Contact Erik Smith for more information or to express interest in future events.


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Entomologists Seek Safer Pest Management Tech for NYS

Specialty crop entomologists from Cornell AgriTech and the New York State Integrated Pest Management Program (NYSIPM) will use a three-year, $450,000 grant from the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets to evaluate alternatives for controlling insect pests that threaten the state's $1.4 billion specialty crop industry.

The scientists will explore alternatives to neonicotinoids and chlorpyrifos, which have been shown to harm the environment - as well as pollinators and other beneficial insects - by mounting evidence, including a 2020 analysis of neonicotinoid use in New York by Cornell's Dyce Lab for Honeybee Studies.