Christy HoeptingExtension Vegetable Specialist
CCE Orleans County
12690 Rt. 31
Albion, NY 14411
phone 585-798-4265 x38
Areas of Interest
Field Research, Pesticide Training
Cabbage, Garlic, Onions
During her bachelor degree studies at the University of Guelph, ON, Canada, Christy Hoepting held several positions focusing on soil quality and muck crop research. Her focus shifted to onions during her master degree studies with her thesis written on Pesticide Interaction in the Management of Onion Maggot and Onion Smut. Christy joined the Cornell Vegetable Program in 2001. Today, much of Christy's time is spent in the field conducting valuable research on onions and cabbage.
Beating Back the Bugs - Walk & Talk
May 14, 2014This month we'll be focusing on insect management. What are some of the main pests, and what is the best way to deal with them? Learn how to develop a proactive, integrated pest management approach and bring all your questions about spray effectiveness, beneficials, scouting, and more.
Wednesday 5:00 PM
Fertility from the Ground Up - Rolling Hills May Meeting
May 20, 2014Prof. Steve Reiners will be the guest speaker this month. His focus is on vegetables, extension, and fertility. Steve will start out with a discussion on basic soil science (how different types behave, what soil characteristics influence fertility) and move into a discussion on how to use that understanding to improve your nutrition programs.
Tuesday 6:00 PM
Please bring a copy of your most recent soil test! It will help us answer your questions. Growers can also bring soil samples that they'd like to have checked for pH or submitted to the lab for full analysis.