Cornell University Fruit Resources



Cornell University Fruit Resources Related

Organic Production - Cornell University:: This is part of Cornell's 'Integrated Crop and Pest Management Guidelines for Commercial Vegetable Production'. Limited amount of information but contains useful links and references.

Vegetable MD Online - Cornell University:: The Plant Pathology Department provides advice on vegetable diseases. Contains Vegetable Disease Fact Sheets and photographs.

Preferential Flow (Cornell University):: A pedagogical resource about preferential flow in soils, for educator, regulator and extension services. Preferential flow are fast water flow, often involved pollutant transport.

Cornell University Cooperative Extension:: Providing extension, industry and growers in New York State with timely field crops and soil information including fact sheets, variety trial information and links to online agricultural tools and resources. The content of our website is a result of collaboration between several departments and programs at Cornell University including: + Department of Crop and Soil Sciences + Department of Animal Science + Department of Entomology + NYS IP

Department of Food Science at Cornell University:: We offer comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare students for leadership positions in the food industry, academia, and government. Our research programs are designed to expand understanding of the biological/microbiological, chemical, physical, sensor, nutritional, and engineering properties of foods and beverages. Our extension and outreach programs transfer research-based information and technology to consumers, food and

Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences:: Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. It is one of the premier horticulture research and extension institutes in the world. The outstanding faculty, high quality laboratory, greenhouse, and field facilities; state-of-the-art electronic and information resources; and friendly and dedicated employees make the Station an exciting and pleasant place to study and conduct research. T

Clemson University Department of Forest Resources:: Information for prospective undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff descriptions, student groups, alumni news, and extension forest resources.

University of Maine: School of Forest Resources:: Includes information about the graduate and undergraduate programs, scholarships, faculty, staff, forest lands, seminars and job placement.

University of Washington College of Forest Resources:: Description of undergraduate and graduate programs, faculty and staff, facilities, research, teaching, outreach, and symposia.

Cranfield University: Natural Resources Department:: Includes information on postgraduate study, short courses, research, departments and client services.

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