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Our Team can assist you with market development and business management...

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soils and field crops...

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nursery and greenhouse crop production...

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Capital Area Agriculture & Horticulture Program

This Cornell Cooperative Extension program provides agricultural and horticultural education through workshops, newsletters and consultations utilizing traditional and electronic means. Counties included in the program are: Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady and Washington.

The Primary program areas are:

  • Market development
  • Business Management and Analysis
  • Soils and Field Crops
  • Nursery/Greenhouse Crop Production
  • Pasture Management
  • Applied Research
  • Dairy farm Business Summary
  • Pesticide Certification and Recertification
  • Beginning and Small Farmers

Cornell Cooperative Extension also offers many programs to the commercial horticulture industry to help growers enhance and protect the environment such as:

  • Plant Health Care
  • Professional Gardener Short Course
  • Greenhouse Worker Training
  • IPM Diagnostic Workshops
  • Turfgrass Worker Training
  • Be Green Organic Yards NY
  • 30-Hour Pesticide Class
  • Landscape Design Series
  • Nursery Landscape Worker Training and CNLP Review Session

(Not all programs offered every year)

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Contact

Steve Hadcock
Beginning Farmer and Market Development
seh11@cornell.edu
518-828-3346 x106

Last updated October 9, 2019