Our farmers have been providing crops for us for hundreds of years and Suffolk County is still the largest agricultural county in the state in terms of sales of product. The state’s largest county in horticultural sales and service industry.
The Agriculture Program is CCE’s original initiative, established in 1917 to provide research-based information to growers. Today home gardeners, commercial nurseries and viticulturists all turn to CCE for dependable information and new technologies.
The Long Island Gardening Calendar is now available for just $7, a perfect gift for the passionate gardener.
The Gold Medal Program identifies underutilized plant material of exceptional merit that is particularly suited for growing on Long Island.
Two locations to serve the industry and gardeners throughout Suffolk County.
Insects are dependent on temperature to develop. The accumulated GDD for various locations on Long Island are reported here.
Mitigating storm water runoff into our bays can help improve water quality, reduce nutrient pollution, and help restore our natural resources.
A guide to help you quickly identify what’s going on in your yard.
Last updated October 19, 2015