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  • Who we are | Horticulture Section
    agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Hortus Forum poinsettia sale December 7 8 More information Buy cider apples and more at Cornell Orchards Retail store hours and more information Wee Stinky titan arum towers in greenhouse during vegetative stage Plants return to Liberty Hyde Bailey Conservatory Who we are As the only horticulture program in the Ivy League our faculty staff and students work to shape the food systems and landscapes of today and tomorrow If you ve ever been shaded by trees on a city street enjoyed an apple in winter visited a farmer s market or watched a sporting event on natural grass then it is likely you have been touched by our work Our faculty includes more than 40 scientists working across New York to make discoveries and share knowledge about fruits vegetables and landscape plants They are called on by farmers golf course managers urban foresters government officials and many others to solve problems around the globe News Vegetable storage expert James Russell Hicks dies Published Dec 7 2015 James Russell Hicks an expert in important vegetable storage and post harvest physiology died Nov 26 He was 78 He joined the Cornell faculty in 1976 and became associate professor in 1981 Read more Soil scientist Nyle Brady dies at 95 Published Dec 2 2015 Nyle Brady a professor and leader in soil science died Nov 24 in Colorado at age 95 He joined Cornell in 1947 and held leadership roles in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Read more Students learn the art of teaching through filmmaking Published Dec 2 2015 Bryan Duff education senior lecturer in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has made filmmaking a central mechanism to showcase the power of storytelling

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  • About the Horticulture Section | Horticulture Section
    Dreer Award Undergrad news Research Lab research program websites Reiners vegetable program Processing vegetable variety trials Wien cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Alumni and friends Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Contact hort cornell edu Ithaca campus Horticulture Section Cornell University 134 Plant Science Building Ithaca NY 14853 USA Phone 607 255 4568 Fax 607 255 0599 Geneva campus Horticulture Section New York State Agricultural Experiment Station 630 West North Street Geneva New York 14456 Phone 315 787 2394 Fax 315 787 2216 Other research and extension centers Lake Erie Hudson Valley Willsboro NNY Long Island About the Horticulture Section Home About As the only horticulture program in the Ivy League our faculty staff and students are working to shape the food systems and landscapes of today and for the future If you ve ever been shaded by trees on a city street enjoyed an apple in winter visited a farmer s market or watched a sporting event on natural grass then it is likely you have been touched by our work Our faculty includes more than 40 scientists working across New York to make discoveries and share knowledge about fruits vegetables and landscape plants They are called on by farmers golf course managers urban foresters government officials and many others to

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  • Multimedia | Horticulture Section
    Degrees and requirements Master of Science Doctor of Philosophy Master of Professional Studies Application FAQ Graduate Field of Horticulture faculty Financial support Graduate Student Handbook Graduate Student Research Horticulture facilities Ithaca campus life Undergraduate Featured courses HORT IARD 3200 Experiential Garden Based Learning in Belize Contact Syllabus Logistics Readings Links Minor in Horticulture Botanical Arts focus Scholarships and recognitions Dreer Award Undergrad news Research Lab research program websites Reiners vegetable program Processing vegetable variety trials Wien cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Alumni and friends Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Home About Multimedia Multimedia School of Integrative Plant Science video YouTube channel Horticulture seminar playlist Urban Horticulture Institute playlist Cornell Berries playlist

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  • Facilities | Horticulture Section
    Dreer Award Undergrad news Research Lab research program websites Reiners vegetable program Processing vegetable variety trials Wien cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Ithaca Geneva Other sites Alumni and friends Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Home About Facilities Facilities Our faculty staff and students have access to state of the art laboratories farms of all sizes libraries and greenhouses These resources make Cornell a great place to learn about and study horticulture We conduct our work at six locations across the state of New York Cornell University s Ithaca N Y campus and local campus farms New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Geneva N Y Long Island Horticultural Research Lab Riverhead N

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  • Ithaca facilities | Horticulture Section
    Processing vegetable variety trials Wien cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Ithaca Geneva Other sites Alumni and friends Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Home About Facilities Ithaca Ithaca facilities On Cornell s campus you ll find our largest concentration of resources including The Plant Science Building on Tower Road with classroom space and laboratories specifically equipped for our work Twelve greenhouses totaling 35 000 square feet including the Guterman Bioclimatic Laboratory The Bluegrass Lane Turf and Landscape Research Center which supports learning and research in turfgrass woody plants and flowers The 28 acre site is adjacent to the Robert Trent Jones golf course The 200 acre Homer C Thompson Vegetable Research Farm

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  • Geneva facilities | Horticulture Section
    Logistics Readings Links Minor in Horticulture Botanical Arts focus Scholarships and recognitions Dreer Award Undergrad news Research Lab research program websites Reiners vegetable program Processing vegetable variety trials Wien cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Ithaca Geneva Other sites Alumni and friends Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Home About Facilities Geneva Geneva facilities Our Geneva campus located 50 miles northwest of lthaca at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station houses primarily fruit and vegetable research Research facilities three laboratory buildings Hedrick and Sturtevant Halls and half of the Surge Laboratory with research and office space for faculty technical staff and graduate students The Frank A Lee Library provides advanced reference services

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  • Other field stations | Horticulture Section
    cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Ithaca Geneva Other sites Alumni and friends Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Home About Facilities Other sites Other field stations Long Island The Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension Center is located in Riverhead in the heart of the grape and vegetable production area of eastern Suffolk County with approximately 15 000 acres of commercial vegetable potato grape and nursery production nearby The seven laboratory staff represent research and extension interests in horticulture entomology plant pathology and IPM Facilities include Approximately 70 acres of irrigated field research plots Greenhouses growth chambers and incubators Laboratories equipped for general physiological studies water relations photosynthesis and enology research Hudson Valley Research Laboratory The Hudson Valley Research Laboratory in Highland New York Ulster County has 19 acres for fruit research along with laboratory and greenhouse facilities The laboratory building and the land on which the building is situated are owned by the Hudson Valley Research Laboratory Inc a grower owned organization and are rented by the Experiment Station The academic staff includes a pomologist an entomologist and a plant pathologist Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory Western N Y In August 2009 the Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory CLEREL officially opened its doors for operation The 52 acre

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  • Alumni and friends | Horticulture Section
    Lab research program websites Reiners vegetable program Processing vegetable variety trials Wien cut flower research Toward Sustainability Foundation grants Extension Outreach Distance learning About Registration details Permaculture Fundamentals of Ecological Design Permaculture Design Ecosystem Mimicry Permaculture Design Practicum Botanical Illustration I Basic Drawing Techniques Botanical Illustration II Working with watercolor Botanical Illustration III Advanced Techniques Organic gardening Introduction to Garden Design Plant propagation Gardening Garden Based Education at Cornell University Fruit and vegetable production Landscape greenhouse and turf Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry Grower groups Continuing education News Events Horticulture events Seminar series CALS News Main menu About Multimedia Facilities Alumni and friends Alumni updates Maps Help us grow People Graduate Undergraduate Research Extension Outreach News Events Home About Alumni and friends Alumni and friends Welcome alumni and friends Catch up on Horticulture Section news at the Cornell Horticulture blog Read the latest issue of our Alumni Newsletter Help us grow Tell us what you re up to Fill out this form or email us hort cornell edu Find out what other alumni are up to Related Links CALS on Facebook CALS Alumni Affairs and Development Cornell Alumni website Horticulture Section news Vegetable storage expert James Russell Hicks dies Published Dec

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