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    • Agricultural Biotechnology: Informing the Dialogue 

      New York State Agricultural Experiment Station; Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station; Cornell University; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (Cornell University: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2002-10)
      This is a lengthy booklet describing the debate around genetic modification and engineering in food and agriculture. It includes definitions of agricultural biotechnology, questions and answers, overviews of agriculture ...
    • Agricultural Biotechnology: The GMO Debate 

      New York State Agricultural Experiment Station; Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station; Cornell University; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2000-08)
      An eight page booklet outlining elements of the debate around genetic modification and engineering in agriculture and food. Tools and methods are described along with common questions and answers. Contains photos and diagrams.
    • Biology and Control of the Wheat Wireworm, Agriotes Mancus Say 

      Rawlins, William Arthur (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, 1940-06)
      Reports data from field surveys, describes wireworm injury to potatoes, wireworm biology, history, life stages, natural enemies and measures to control wireworms.
    • Cornell Peat-Lite Mixes for Commercial Growing 

      Boodley, James W.; Sheldrake, Raymond (New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1972-07)
      Information Bulletin 43
    • Final Report: Research Practices and Support Needs of Scholars in the Field of Agriculture at Cornell University 

      Andrews, Camille; Young, Sarah; Ochs, Mary; Shea, Ashley; Morris-Knower, Jim (2016-12-09)
      This report presents the findings of a qualitative assessment of the research practices of agricultural faculty and research staff in Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. This work was carried out ...
    • History of the apple in New York State 

      Wilson, Charles Scoon (Cornell University, 1905)
      Topics covered include the introduction of the apple into North America, the introduction of the apple into New York State, the influence of the early botanic gardens, the influence of Native Americans on the history of ...
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard B. (New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University, 1963-11)
      This is Extension Bulletin 1119, Nov. 1963, published by the New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Dr. Willard Robinson was a professor in the Department of Food Science and Technology, New York State ...
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1980)
      This publication presents simplified instructions for home wine making. Topics covered include appropriate grape varieties, containers for fermentation, obtaining juice, making wine, clarification, sweet wines, fruit ...
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard B. (New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University, 1966)
      This is the 1966 revised version (original dated Nov. 1963) of Extension Bulletin 1119, published by the New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Dr. Willard Robinson was a professor in the Department of ...
    • Hop Mildew 

      Blodgett, Forest Milo (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, 1913-03)
      This is bulletin no. 328 of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station in Ithaca, NY. It contains photos, diagrams and charts and describes the distribution of hops and hop regions of New York State, economic ...
    • Post Harvest Food Losses – The Neglected Dimension in Increasing the World Food Supply 

      Bourne, Malcolm (New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, 1977-04)
      This paper outlines the nature of the problem of post harvest food losses, discusses the causes of loss, what is known of the extent of losses and where losses occur. It describes briefly the available techniques for ...
    • Program and Abstracts: Conference on the Biology and Chemistry of the Cucurbitaceae 

      Unknown author (Cornell University, 1980-08)
      This is a conference program containing abstracts of presentations. Topics covered at the conference include taxonomy, genetics, wild cucurbits, amino and fatty acids, increasing yields, breeding for disease resistance, ...
    • The Species of Grapes peculiar to North America 

      Bailey, Liberty Hyde (1934-03-15)
      This influential work of Liberty Hyde Bailey completes the work begun nearly fifty years earlier on the botanical and horticultural identities of North American grape varieties. The paper includes discussion of history ...
    • Table Grape Varieties for Cool Climates 

      Reisch, Bruce; Peterson, David; Pool, Robert; Martens, Mary-Howell (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1993)
      Thousands of tons of grapes are harvested for fresh consumption in New York State. Varieties described here are suited to cool climate growing regions. Some may be suitable for use in the Northeast, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic ...
    • Training and Pruning Apple Trees 

      Forshey, C. G. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1976)
      Topics covered in this publication include physiology of tree growth, principles of training and pruning young apple trees, the freestanding tree, central-leader development, selection and training of scaffold limbs, the ...
    • Wine and Juice Grape Varieties for Cool Climates 

      Reisch, Bruce; Pool, Robert; Peterson, David; Martens, Mary-Howell; Henick-Kling, Thomas (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1993)
      Grape varieties described in this publication include examples from the species Vitis vinifera, Vitis labrusca, and hybrids of native American varieties with V. vinifera. Most of the varieties described here are suited ...