New York

Startup in NY Finger Lakes works on voice-to-data app for growers

Georgia-based software startup AgVoice – a 2019 Grow-NY finalist – announced plans recently to establish a headquarters office in New York’s Finger Lakes region, citing unparalleled resources offered by Cornell AgriTech and the Center of Excellence for Food and Agriculture (COE), both in... more »

New York pumpkins ripening early

New York state's pumpkin crop is early this year due to ideal growing conditions in the state. Consumers should act fast when picking says Steve Reiners, professor and chair of... more »

Harris Seeds/Garden Trends hires vegetable product manager

Harris Seeds/Garden Trends, a leading provider of quality vegetable and flower seeds, plants and horticultural supplies to both professional growers and home garden customers throughout the United States, recently hired Kristen Andersen as vegetable product... more »

Cornell’s Michael Dickson, breeder of orange cauliflower, dies

Michael Hugh Dickson, professor emeritus in the Horticulture Section of the School of Integrative Plant Science, died March 28 at age 85. Dickson gained fame for his work as... more »

Challenges and opportunities to diversified weed management

John Wallace of the Horticulture Section at Cornell University recently gave a seminar on Diversified weed management in NY vegetable crops – Challenges and opportunities. more »

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