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    • Cherry Varieties in New York State 

      Way, Roger (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-02)
      Red tart cherries in New York are almost all of one variety, Montmorency. About two-thirds are grown for freezing and the rest for canning. More than 75 per cent of the State's crop is harvested by machine. Mechanical ...
    • Community Reaction to Education Change 

      Stutz, Frederick; Deay, Ardeth (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-12)
      Change in public education is a continuous process. Though the pace of change may be an issue ? some persons criticize the public schools for lagging in the face of needed reforms, while others see the schools as changing ...
    • Composition of experimental New York State grape brandies 

      Lee, Chang; Iredale, H.; Robinson, W. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-03)
      Although New York State has no brandy distillation industry, it is possible that distillation may be developed in the future with increased grape and wine production and availability of considerable quantities of other ...
    • Composition of Milk in New York State 

      Herrington, B.; Sherbon, J.; Ledford, R.; Houghton, G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-12)
      A prime reason for research on the composition of milk is that milk and milk products are vitally important in human nutrition. In addition to milk and milk products being directly consumed, milk components are included ...
    • Concentration of liquid foods in a pilot-scale falling film evaporator 

      Saravacos, G.; Moyer, J.; Wooster, G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1970-09)
      This report contains the experimental work and results obtained in the evaporation of water, apple and grape juices, and soymilk. The emphasis is on the physical and engineering aspects of ...
    • Control of seedcorn maggot, cabbage maggot, and black cutworm (1975 insecticide research report) 

      Eckenrode, C.; Robbins, P.; Webb, D. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1976-06)
      This pest threatens the germinating seeds of a number of crops, particularly in the spring when soils are cool and wet. A high content of organic matter in the soil increases the probability for an infestation. Once the ...
    • The Costs of Seasonal Agricultural Employment 

      Bauder, Ward (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1976-08)
      For years an argument for excluding hired farm workers from the unemployment insurance program was what the seasonal nature of agricultural employment would make the program too costly. A recent 15-state study of the ...
    • Depth to the Apparent Water Table in 17 New York Soils from 1963 to 1970 

      Frittont, Daniel; Olson, Gerald (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-03)
      When a pit is dug in soil, it commonly happens that at a certain depth, water seeps from the soil to form a shallow pool at the bottom; at this point, the pit is said to have reached the water table. When the pit is ...
    • Development of Regionalism in Education 

      Stutz, Frederick; Egner, Joan (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1976-02)
      In this publication we will describe the background and current status of educational regionalism as exemplified by three types of education region: the multicounty educational unit, the intermediate school district, ...
    • Diagnostic Keys for Identification of Diseases on Apple, Peach, and Cherry Trees in the Northeastern United States 

      Schwarz, M.; Burr, T. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1984)
      The diagnostic keys for apple, cherry, and peach diseases were developed to aid field personnel in the identification of diseases that are common to the Northeastern region of the United States. The keys are arranged ...
    • Dietary vegetables and environmental health 

      Stoewsand, Gilbert; Babish, J. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1979-11)
      In 1941 Kensler, et al observed that the B-vitamin riboflavin protected rats against the potent hepatocar-cinogen aminoazo dyes (1). Ten years later Mueller and Miller showed that this vitamin enzymatically cleaved ...
    • 'Early Cortland' and 'Geneva Early' Apples 

      Way, Roger; Livermore, Kenneth; Aldwinckle, Herbert (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1982)
      'Early Cortland' originated from the controlled crosspollination, 'Cortland' x 'Lodi', made in 1938. It was selected in August 1949 from a progeny of 44 seedlings. During its testing period before introduction, it was ...
    • Effect of Winter Storage on Thrips Damage to Cabbage 

      Stoner, Kimberly; Shelton, Anthony (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1988)
      Approximately 30% of all cabbage grown in New York State is stored and sold during the winter and early spring. This practice ensures a continuous supply of cabbage for cole slaw, fresh market, and other purposes throughout ...
    • The Effects of Ground Cover Manipulations on Pest and Predator Mite Populations on Apple in Eastern New York 

      Smith, G.; Stiles, W.; Weires, R. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989)
      In Eastern New York as well as in most other deciduous fruit growing regions of the world, herbicides are being used more frequently to eliminate weeds within the tree row. In addition to removal of the ground cover ...
    • Effects of Liberal Concentrate Feeding on Health, Reproductive Efficiency, Economy of Milk Production, and Other Related Responses of the Dairy Cow 

      Trimberger, G.; Tyrrell, H.; Morrow, D.; Reid, J.; Wright, M.; Shipe, W.; Merrill, W.; Loosli, J.; Coppock, C.; Cornell University; Moore, L.; Gordon, C. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-02)
      An increasing supply of grain at lower prices has en- couraged dairymen to feed more concentrates to cows bred for high production. Some dairymen have experienced phenomenal changes in levels of ...
    • 'Einset Seedless' Grape 

      Reisch, Bruce; Remaily, G.; Pool, R.; Watson, James (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1985)
      'Einset Seedless' resulted from the cross of 'Fredonia' x 'Canner' ('Hunisa' x 'Sultanina') made in 1963 by G.W. Remaily. It was tested as NY 63.878.1. The original seedling was planted in 1965 and fruited in 1967. Own-rooted ...
    • Elderberry Culture in New York State 

      Way, Roger (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1981)
      Tomato ringspot virus (TomRSV) which is spread by nematodes in the soil and by pollen is a devastating disease on elderberries. While it was originally discovered on the tomato, it is a very destructive disease on a ...
    • Empire- A High Quality Dessert Apple 

      Way, Roger (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1975-03)
      Empire first appeared in the markets in the early 1970's. It is a medium-sized, attractive, dark red apple, and has excellent eating quality. In the orchard, the tree is highly productive and easy to handle. Consumers ...
    • 'Encore' Red Raspberry 

      Maloney, Kevin; Reich, Jack; Sanford, John (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1998)
      'Encore' is a new red raspberry developed by Cornell University at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. 'Encore' is outstanding for its consistent performance over many years of testing. ...
    • Environmental, economic, and physical considerations in liquid handling of dairy cattle manure 

      Casler, G.; LaDue, E. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-10)
      Liquid systems to handle the manure from dairy cattle have been proposed both as economically efficient methods of handling and to alleviate some of the environmental problems associated with the manure. With enough ...