Working for WNY Veg Growers: 2013 Highlights
The Cornell Vegetable Program is working hard in our region to address the concerns of our growers. In 2013, our team took an active role in promoting soil and water management, supported the growth of produce auctions in NYS, tackled the management of perennial sowthistle in onions, encouraged the use of a late blight forecasting tool for potato and tomato growers, researched weed control options in carrots, held in-field monthly discussion groups to encourage sharing ideas between growers, trained growers on wash water stations, and created new tomato grafting resources. Read more
about these highlighted projects in our 2013 Year in Review brochure.