The Horticulture sub-community contains resources including factsheets, books, PowerPoint presentations, podcasts and Adobe Connect recordings that were produced by experts in either the Department of Horticulture or county-based Cornell Cooperative Extension Horticulture Educators. The sub-community contains content appropriate for connection and outreach to professionals, students and citizens of New York State, the nation, and the world. The content of these collections focuses on knowledge about fruits, vegetables and landscape plants for the purpose of sustaining the environment, enhancing economic vitality, and improving quality of life of individuals and their communities. The majority of resources related to weather, composting, soil health and disease and pest management originate from other Departments/Units such as NYIPM, Crop and Soil Sciences, Entomology, Plant Pathology and Cornell Waste Management Institute. Look to sub-communities and collections created by these entities for related information.
The Horticulture sub-community organizes resources that were produced by experts in the Department of Horticulture or county-based Cornell Cooperative Extension Horticulture Educators into a number of collections. These collections serve to connect Cornell expertise with professionals, students and citizens of New York State, the nation, and the world.
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Content in this collection originates from expertise in the Department of Horticulture or county-based Cornell Cooperative Extension Horticulture Educators. Curators of this content are the leaders of the Cornell Garden-Based ...
(Cornell University Department of Horticulture, 2011)Discovering our Food System (DFS) is an interdisciplinary, community-based exploration of the people and processes that shape our food system. Rooted in the places we live, eat, work, learn, and play, DFS will help youth ...
(Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)Choosing cultivars, rootstocks, nursery stock, planting, managing grass and weeds, fertilizing, pruning and training basics, training and pruning young apple and pear trees, pruning bearing apple and pear trees, rejuvenating ...
(Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)Choosing cultivars, buying plants, site selection, growing methods, planting and early care, managing your planting, diseases and pests, day-neutral strawberries, harvest.