Teddy Borland and William Weldon inspecting hop leaves for powdery mildew.

Teddy Borland and William Weldon inspecting hop leaves for powdery mildew.

Alejandra Rodriguez Jaramillo and Ali Cala planting peppers at Cornell AgriTech's blight research site.

Alejandra Rodriguez Jaramillo and Ali Cala planting peppers at Cornell AgriTech's blight research site.

Zuging Hu inspecting apple tree bacterial infection.

Zuging Hu inspecting apple tree bacterial infection.

Anna Katharine Mansfield and Chris Gerling evaluating aromatic characteristics of wine.

Anna Katharine Mansfield and Chris Gerling evaluating aromatic characteristics of wine.

Samantha Willden and Alexis Ashe sampling for arthropods in strawberry low tunnel fields.

Samantha Willden and Alexis Ashe sampling for arthropods in strawberry low tunnel fields.
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Welcome

Welcome to Cornell AgriTech, the new name for the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station.  Cornell AgriTech is a preeminent center for food and agricultural research and education that is a vital part of Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.  Food and agriculture are multi-billion dollar industries for the New York state economy. Research, innovation and development are essential to the continued success of these industries and Cornell AgriTech is strategically positioned to play a lead role. We are committed to furthering over one hundred and thirty years of scientific discovery and innovation that drive economic development and deliver practical solutions for farmers and businesses.  We are growing a healthier population, economy and environment for New York state and the world. Grow with us. Learn more

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Events

Nov 26
|
3:30 pm

Jugatae

Dr. Rebecca Irwin from North Carolina State University will be speaking on "The Phenological change: Implications for pollinators and their host plants".
Location:
2123 Comstock & A137 Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar
Dec 3
|
3:30 pm

Jugatae

Dr. Martin Kaltenpoth from Gutenberg University will be speaking on "An inordinate fondness for symbionts: Mutualist-provided defense, digestion, and desiccation tolerance in beetles".
Location:
2123 Comstock & A137 Barton Lab
Event type:
Seminar