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2020 NYS Processing Vegetable Advisory Meetings

We are holding the processing commodity advisory meetings virtually on Zoom since we are not able to hold an in-person meeting this year due to COVID-19 safety restrictions. On Tuesday, December 15, the snap bean meeting will be held in the morning, with the pea and sweet corn meeting in the afternoon. The beet and carrot meeting will be held the morning of Wednesday, December16. You can log-in with the same Zoom link for any or all sessions. The meetings will cover a review of the 2020 growing season, reports of funded projects, and discussion of research priorities for the coming year. 

Cost: FREE!

Pre-registration is required. Registration will grant you access to all three sessions/meetings. After you register, you will receive an email a few days before the conference with a link to connect to the conference via Zoom. REGISTER HERE NOW
 
The conference will be held using an online videoconferencing platform called Zoom. Don't have Zoom? Sign up for free at Zoom  and click on "Sign Up, It's Free"

DEC credits are available. In order to receive DEC credits, you have to pre-register, enter your DEC ID number AND upload a photo of your DEC ID license (or email a picture or photocopy of your DEC ID license to Julie Kikkert at least 1 day prior to the event). You can only receive credit if BOTH of those are submitted and match. It is also required to have your Zoom log in name match the name on your DEC ID. If you need to change your name in Zoom, hover over your window and click on the three (•••) dots in the upper righthand corner. Select "rename" to change your screen name displayed. 
 
CCA credits are also available after each talk. Please download the certified crop advisor app prior to the conference






Event Details

Snap Bean Advisory
Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

December 15, 2020

Time

8:30am participants log-in and roll-call for DEC and CCA credits; 9:00am - 10:30am meeting

Location

via Zoom

Cost

FREE!

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program and Cornell AgriTech

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8160


Snap Bean Advisory



Snap Bean Advisory

Processors and growers of snap beans are invited to this FREE online meeting to review the 2020 season and comment on pests and other issues that were encountered. Reports of the 2020 research projects funded by the New York Vegetable Research Association/Council will be given. A group discussion period will include the review of research priorities for the coming year. 0.75 DEC credits in categories 1a, 10, and 23 will be offered.

SNAP BEAN ADVISORY AGENDA
9:00am Meeting Begins

  • Processors Report on the 2020 Snap Bean Growing Season
  • Recap of Insect, Disease, and Weed Problems Encountered in Snap Beans in 2020 -- Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program
  • Processing Snap Bean Variety Trial -- Michael Rosato, Cornell
  • Weed Management in Snap Beans: 2020 Research and Future Plans -- Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell
  • Group Discussion Period moderated by Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

10:30 AM DEC and CCA Credit Check Out and Meeting Adjourn 





Event Details

Green Pea and Sweet Corn Advisory
Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

December 15, 2020

Time

1:00pm participants log-in and roll-call for DEC and CCA credits; 1:30pm - 3:00pm meeting

Location

via Zoom

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program and Cornell AgriTech

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8160


Green Pea and Sweet Corn Advisory



Green Pea and Sweet Corn Advisory

Processors and growers of green peas and sweet corn are invited to this FREE online meeting to review the 2020 season and comment on pests and other issues that were encountered. Reports of the 2020 research projects funded by the New York Vegetable Research Association/Council will be given. A group discussion period will include the review of research priorities for the coming year. 1.0 DEC credits in categories 1a, 10, and 23 will be offered.

GREEN PEA AND SWEET CORN ADVISORY AGENDA
1:30 PM Meeting Begins:

  • Processor Report on the 2020 Green Pea and Sweet Corn Seasons
  • Recap of Insect, Disease, and Weed Problems Encountered in Peas and Sweet Corn in 2020 -- Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program
  • Evaluating Insecticide Programs for Corn Earworm in Sweet Corn Production -- Brian Nault, Cornell
  • Processing Pea and Sweet Corn Variety Trials -- Michael Rosato, Cornell
  • Group Discussion Period moderated by Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

3:00pm DEC and CCA Credit Check Out and Meeting Adjourn





Event Details

Beet and Carrot Advisory Meeting
Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

December 16, 2020

Time

8:30am participants log-in and roll-call for DEC and CCA credits; 9:00am - 11:00am meeting

Location

via Zoom

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program and Cornell AgriTech

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8160


Beet and Carrot Advisory Meeting



Beet and Carrot Advisory Meeting

Processors and growers of beets and carrots are invited to this FREE online meeting to review the 2020 season and comment on pests and other issues that were encountered. Reports of the 2020 research projects funded by the New York Vegetable Research Association/Council will be given. A group discussion period will include the review of research priorities for the coming year. 1.0 DEC credits in categories 1a, 10, and 23 will be offered.

BEET AND CARROT ADVISORY MEETING AGENDA
9:00am Meeting Begins:

  • Processor Report on the 2020 Carrot and Beet Growing Season
  • Recap of Insect, Disease, and Weed Problems Encountered in Beets and Carrots in 2020 -- Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program
  • Weed Management in Beets and Carrots: 2020 Research and Future Plans -- Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell
  • Beets: Early Season and Root Disease Control -- Eric Branch, Cornell
  • Beets: Growth Regulator Trial -- Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell
  • Carrots: Growth Regulator Trial -- Sarah Pethybridge and Sean Murphy, Cornell
  • Group Discussion Period moderated by Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

11:00am DEC and CCA Credit Check Out and Meeting Adjourn 



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Upcoming Events

Precision Agriculture Workshop VIRTUAL SERIES

January 21, 2021
February 4, 2021
February 18, 2021

Farmers and anyone interested in learning more about precision agriculture and how it can be implemented on the farm is invited to attend a 3-part virtual series. The series will feature Dr. Ali Nafchi, Precision Agriculture Specialist with CCE's NWNY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team and the Cornell Vegetable Program. Topics will begin with an introduction to precision agriculture and why any producer of an agricultural product should be interested in precision agriculture. 

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Remote GAPs Training and Farm Food Safety Plan Writing Session

January 27 - January 28, 2021

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension on January 27th for a remote GAPs training. Instructors will walk growers through how to conduct a risk assessment on their farm utilizing the seven areas of farm food safety. Participants will gain hands-on experience in creating a traceability system for their farm, as well as learn about packing house design with food safety principles guiding placement of equipment and suggested materials. Students will also learn about how to train their employees related to food safety and understand what they will need to implement on their farm in order to pass a third-party food safety audit, such as GAPs. 

On January 28th growers can join us for a day focused on writing their farm food safety plan. Trainers will be joined by NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets Farm Products inspectors to give guidance and input for farms in creating their farm food safety plans to meet the needs for a potential audit. At the conclusion of day two growers will have all components of their farm food safety plans outlined with the most critical pieces.

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Announcements

2020 Year in Review Report Released

What a year! The CCE Cornell Vegetable Program adapted our methods of reaching local farmers to continue to support them through the pandemic.

Our gratitude goes to the many farms and organizations that offered us land, labor, supplies, and generous financial contributions to support our work. We appreciate the continued support we receive from Cornell faculty. And finally, we want to thank the 14 Cooperative Extension Associations that partnered with us in 2020.

Our 2020 Year in Review report highlights some of our research and educational projects:
  • Storage Crop Facility Schools
  • Helping the New York Processing Vegetable Industry Stay Competitive
  • Supporting New York's Essential Produce Auctions During COVID-19: Unexpected Impacts on the Food System Spurs Greater Grower Reliance on Cornell Cooperative Extension Agriculture Specialists
  • Despite Pandemic, Farm Food Safety Remains in the Forefront
  • Almost There! The Eastern Broccoli Project is Close to Reaching Its $100 Million Goal
  • Mentoring the Next Generation to Work in Agriculture and Extension: Cornell Summer Intern Learns Valuable Lessons from the Cornell Vegetable Program
  • Onion Growers Adopt New Recommendations for Fungicide Resistance
  • New Partnership Supports Agricultural Entrepreneurship in New American Communities
Take a look inside the CCE Cornell Vegetable Program 2020 Year in Review!


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