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Event Offers DEC Credits

Event Details

Date

Jan 21 - Jan 23, 2014

Time

Morning, Mid-day, and Afternoon Sessions

Location

The OnCenter Convention Center
Syracuse, NY 13202

Host

NYS Vegetable Growers Association
Jeanette Marvin
315-986-9320

www.nysvga.org


2014 Empire State Producers Expo

January 21 - January 23, 2014

2014 Empire State Producers Expo

Formerly known as the Empire State Fruit & Vegetable Expo, the Empire State Producers Expo includes a one-day Becker Forum (Monday, January 20, 2014), a three-day trade show, and three days of concurrent educational sessions. The educational sessions are organized by Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators from across New York State. Attendees can expect information on vegetables, tree fruits, berries, greenhouse floral production, business and marketing, and general interest topics relevant to the agricultural industry. The Expo offers both DEC and Certified Crop Advisor credits.

The Expo Trade Show includes over 160 companies representing a variety of products and services from equipment and inputs to software, packaging, bakery supplies and much more.

For our vegetable friends, below is a list of the DEC credits you can expect for each vegetable-related session at the Expo.

January 21 (in categories 1a, 10, 23):
Processing Vegetables = 1.50
Sweet Corn = 0.75
Cabbage/Cole Crops = 1.75
Potato = 3.75
Transplant Production Onions = 0.50
Onions = 2.75
Specialty Legume Crops = 0.50

January 22 (in categories 1a, 10, 23):
Seed Saving = 0.25 (also in category 4)
Cover Crops = 0.75

January 23 (in categories 1a, 10, 23 except as noted):
Vine Crops = 1.25
Alternative Nightshades = 0.75
Spotted Wing Drosophila = 3.5 (not in category 23 but does include category 22)
Plasticulture = 0.50

The full meeting agenda and information can be found on the NYS Vegetable Growers Association website.




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Cauliflower

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Cucumbers

Cucumbers

Dry Beans

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Eggplant

Eggplant

Ethnic Vegetables

Ethnic Vegetables

Garlic

Garlic

Horseradish

Horseradish

Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi

Leeks

Leeks

Lettuce / Leafy Greens

Lettuce / Leafy Greens

Melons

Melons

Onions

Onions

Parsnips

Parsnips

Peas

Peas

Peppers

Peppers

Potatoes

Potatoes

Pumpkins / Gourds

Pumpkins / Gourds

Radishes

Radishes

Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Rutabaga

Rutabaga

Snap Beans

Snap Beans

Squash - Summer

Squash - Summer

Squash- Winter

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Sweet Corn

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Sweet Potatoes

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Tomatoes

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Upcoming Events

Precision Agriculture Series - Seneca County

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Ovid, NY

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension to learn what precision agriculture entails, the economics of using precision ag, and the preferred methodology and benefits. This free, 3-day event series is being organized by CCE Seneca County with assistance from Dr. Ali Nafchi, Precision Ag Specialist of the CCE Cornell Vegetable Program and CCE NWNY Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops team. Topics for each day will be determined by the audience interests and questions.

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Learn what precision agriculture entails, the economics of using precision ag, and the preferred methodology and benefits. This free, 3-day event series will be presented by Dr. Ali Nafchi, Precision Ag Specialist of the CCE Cornell Vegetable Program and the CCE NWNY Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops team. Topics for each day will be determined by the audience interests and questions.

The Precision Agriculture Series is being offered in several counties in our region. Pick a location that works for you! Find all of the locations on our Events page.

2019 Cornell Vegetable Program Year in Review

We closed out the decade with many accomplishments in 2019! We look forward to helping the New York vegetable industry in the new decade!

This year, our Specialists gave presentations at 104 events, sharing our knowledge with 3,936 people.

We continue to conduct on-farm research to help answer the questions of our growers. The Cornell Vegetable Program managed 38 research grants and projects in 2019. We extend our gratitude to the 107 farms and organizations that offered us land, labor, supplies, and generous financial contributions to support our trials!

We cannot forget to thank the 14 Cooperative Extension Associations that partnered with us this year too.

Our 2019 Year in Review brochure highlights our research and educational projects:
  • Design and Fabrication of an Affordable Laser Scarecrow
  • High Tunnel Research Increases Profits for New York Growers
  • Improved White Mold Management Guidelines for Snap, Lima, and Dry Beans
  • New Potato, Dry Bean, and Vegetable Storage Specialist Joins the Team
  • First Cornell Vegetable Program On-Farm Cabbage Herbicide Trial Explore Novel Approaches to Weed Control
  • Record-Low Insecticide Use in Muck Onion Production in 2019
  • Improving Produce Storage Quality through Forced Air Cooling
  • Mapping the Way to Better Disease Management


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