Program Work Team
Department of Horticulture
Cornell Controlled Environment Agriculture CEA facilities range from the very low-tech to fully automated, greenhouses. Site focuses on Cornell-developed greenhouse hydroponic systems geared toward local food production.
Gallery of Greenhouse Pests and Diseases Online pictorial guide to insects and diseases recently plaguing greenhouse and outdoor floral crops
Greenhouses for Home- owners and Gardeners 214-page book covers every aspect of designing and constructing a home greenhouse.
Greenhouse Raspberry Production Guide Put under-used labor and space to work. 38-page online resource.
Greenhouse horticulture topics:
Mark your calendar:
Thanks to all who attended the 2016 Cornell Floriculture Field Day - Read more about the field day and view photo gallery.
2016 Kathy Pufahl Container Contest - View this year's winners. In 13 years, the contest has raised more than $10,000 for IBD research at Mount Sinai Hospital in honor of Kathy Pufahl! View previous contest winners.
New York State Pollinator Protection Plan - What can you do to help promote pollinators?
Floriculture Field Day videos
If you missed the August 2016 Cornell Floriculture Field Day morning program, you can now view those talks online:
The full morning line-up:
More featured resources:
Nutrients & fertilizer
Nursery & g'house IPM
Greenhouse Floral Crops
Annual flower research
Perennial flower research
Other Cornell programs:
Flower Bulb Research
Long Island Horticultural
Research & Extension
Kathy Pufahl Container Contest - View past winners.
New York State Flower Industries Trade organization supporting and promoting New York's greenhouse and garden center businesses in New York State. NYSFI helps connect growers to find and sell plants, networking garden centers, greenhouses, landscapers, nurseries, and other horticultural businesses.
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