Project leader


Optimizing use of native persistent nematodes for biological control of Plum Curculio in organic and conventional apple production

NYS Ag Experiment Station, Entomology, Cornell University

Arthur Agnello


Increasing producer profitability through farmlevel interventions designed for optimization of spore counts in raw milk

Department of Food Science, Cornell University

Martin Wiedmann


Selective dry cow therapy: Increasing profits and decreasing antibiotic use.

College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University

Daryl Nydam


Corn silage hybrid evaluation: New tools toimprove decisionmaking, forage utilization, and efficiency of New York dairy farms

ProDairy Program, Cornell University

Tom Overton


Improving farm viability and soil health for corn producers with cover crop interseeding

American Farmland Trust

David Haight


Impact of normalized yield on fall spring nitrogen recommendations for early planted winter forage

Advanced Ag Systems LLC

Thomas Kilcer


Developing a mechanical method to seed undervine cover crops in NY winegrape vineyards

Finger Lakes Grape Program, Cornell University

Hans Walter-Peterson


Use of under vine fescues in Long Island vinifera vineyards to reduce production costs and environmental impact

CCE Suffolk County

Alice Wise


Insects On-Line: Forecasting insect management for nursery and Christmas tree growers

NYS Integrated Pest Management Program , Cornell University

Elizabeth Lamb


Insect-killing nematodes for biocontrol of greenhouse thrips and fungus gnats

Entomology, Cornell University

John Sanderson


Developing a sustainable hops IPM program from greenhouse to harvest.

NYS Integrated Pest Management Program, Cornell University

Tim Weigle


Supply chain analysis for emerging NYS malting barley industry

Harvest NY Regional Team, Cornell Cooperative Extension

Elizabeth Newbold


Promoting direct local seafood marketing through community supported fishery programs

CCE Suffolk County

John Scotti


Increased farm profitability and diversification through value-added forest products

CCE Chenango County

Kenneth Smith


Developing resources for New York growers of Chinese medicinal herbs

High Falls Foundation, Inc.

Jean Giblette


Minimizing wildlife impacts on yield and food safety risk in vegetables by utilizing repellency tactics

CCE Cornell Vegetable Program, Cornell University

Darcy Telenko


Adoption of controlled release nitrogen fertilizer in potato production

CCE Suffolk County

Rebecca Wiseman


Onion growers can reduce rot! Plant

Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology, Cornell University

Steven Beer


Best management practices for long-term profitable high tunnel soil fertility and health


Andy Fellenz


Developing comprehensive at-market sales data collection systems for greenmarket farmers

FARMroots, GrowNYC

Christopher Wayne