Agricultural News, Serving the Suffolk County Agriculture and Horticulture Industries
This new monthly publication is the merged publication of Suffolk County Agricultural News and Long Island Horticulture News. Agricultural News will cover all aspects of agriculture and horticulture, including ornamental horticulture, in this new publication. Learn the latest information and research from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, Cornell University, the LI Horticultural Research & Extension Center (LIHREC), Agricultural Research Service, and others. Also find updates and announcements from USDA/Farm Service Agency and various regulatory and government agencies, as well as information about upcoming programs of interest. Available USPS mail or email. $15/year.
Long Island Fruit & Vegetable Update
These reports are sent weekly to the vegetable, grape, potato and fruit growers every Friday from the first week in April until the middle of September. Information includes Integrated Pest Management (IPM) reports, staff observations, cultural practices, updating of rules and regulations, Field Days. Compiled and edited by Sandra Menasha, Vegetable/Potato Specialist; contributors include CCE of Suffolk County specialists Alice Wise, Viticulture; Dan Gilrein, Entomology; Dale Moyer, Agricultural Program Director; Cornell U/LIHREC Plant Pathologist Meg McGrath, and others. Available by email as a PDF file or fax, $15/year; or first class mail, $20/year.
Northeast Greenhouse Notes
New format! This e-Newsletter will be published occasionally throughout the year and will provide up-to-date information on current current pest issues and cultural problems and solutions. Upcoming programs and other announcements pertaining to the greenhouse industry will also be included. Published by email only, free of charge.