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2021 NYS Dry Bean Meeting




Event Details

Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

March 19, 2021

Time

9:00am - 12:30pm

Location

Online via Zoom

Cost

Registration : $20.00

(addl attendee $15.00 ea.)

If you are a Cornell Vegetable Program enrollee, select CVP Enrollee to get the discount.

Enrollee Discount: $5.00

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program

Margie Lund
607-377-9109



Join the us for the annual Dry Bean Meeting! There will be presentations covering the latest research in NY dry beans. Topic areas include market updates, white mold management, Western bean cutworm and soybean cyst nematode management, herbicide resistance management, dry bean variety testing, and incorporating NY dry beans into schools. This meeting is sponsored by Genesee Valley Bean Company, and Bayer CropScience.

This event will be held virtually via Zoom, and 2 DEC credits will be available.

Price: $15 for CVP Enrollees, $20 for Non-enrollees.

AGENDA:
9:00 AM Welcome/Announcements/DEC Sign-in

9:10 Overview of the 2020 growing season and market update -- Jerry Jones, NY Bean and Matt Stawowy, Steele & Co

9:30 Towards a durable management strategy for white mold in dry beans in New York (2019/20): The status of fungicide sensitivity within the Sclerotinia sclerotiorum population -- Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell

9:50 Determine the magnitude and distribution of Western bean cutworm, and the risk to dry beans, in the major production area in New York -- Margie Lund, Cornell Vegetable Program, and Marion Zuefle, NYS IPM Program

10:10 Soybean Cyst Nematode - Tracking and Managing the New Threat to NY Dry Bean Production -- Jaime Cummings, previously NYS IPM Program

10:30 Break

10:40 Herbicide resistance and resistance screening in dry beans -- Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell

11:00 Breeding, evaluation and development of dry bean varieties that are highly adapted to NYS growing environments and markets -- Phillip Griffiths, Cornell 

11:20 Comparison of new and standard dry bean varieties at NYSAES research farm -- Steve Reiners and Michael Rosato, Cornell

11:40 Cool School Food: Encouraging the use of dry beans in school lunches, and promoting the health aspects of dry bean consumption -- Amie Hamlin, NY Coalition for Healthy School Food

12:00 PM Vision 2050: NY Dry Beans -- Anu Rangarajan and Ryan Maher, Cornell

12:10 NYS Dry Bean Industry Advisory Committee Meeting

12:30 Adjourn 

REGISTRATION AND DEC CREDITS:
This event will be held online via Zoom. Pre-registration is required by March 17. Only those who register will receive meeting attendance information and the Zoom link. Register online now!

DEC credits are available. In order to receive DEC credits, you have to pre-register, enter your DEC ID number AND email a photo of your DEC ID license to Margie Lund at least 2 days prior to the event. You can only receive credit if BOTH of those are submitted and match. Email Margie Lund my DEC ID license photo now! 

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. 

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ZOOM:
The meeting 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"



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Essentials of Farm Food Safety for Farmworkers

Call to Schedule a Tailored Training for Your Farm Workers
This is a training is brought to you by the CCE Cornell Vegetable Program. Workers will learn the importance of farm food safety and the ins and outs of how it works on the farm and field.

This training aims to cover many of the required worker training topics set forth by GAPs (Good Agricultural Practices and FSMA (the Food Safety Modernization Act), or other 3rd party auditing programs. This training series primarily focuses on training farmworkers in the produce industry. Because Food Safety is a company-wide responsibility, we invite all farm employees to participate in this training. Each farm has unique operating practices but the basics of food safety are critical skill set needed for workers to have if a smoothly operating food safety program is going to work on your farm. Topics covered include:
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  • Cover all the important points required for training
  • Identify challenges to consider when training workers and discuss solutions
  • Cover required records for training
  • Introduce resources available to managers to assist in training
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  • How does produce become contaminated?
  • What are the signs that you or a coworker are ill?
  • How can you minimize food safety risks on the farm?
  • What should you do if you see a risk you cannot reduce or eliminate?
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We can provide a tailored training for your workers through an online program before the season starts or combine workers with another farm to do a larger training. Contact Robert Hadad for more information.