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Produce Safety Alliance aims to demystify complex agriculture water rules

To ensure the safety of fresh fruits and vegetables for consumers, Cornell’s Produce Safety Alliance helps to explain complex federal food safety rules and assess agricultural water use.

Delicious to the core: Turning apple waste into good taste

Cornell research aims to turn the nutritious leftovers created during apple processing into snack foods and cereals, reducing waste and creating new economic opportunities for New York companies.

AgriTech releases Galaxy Suite grape tomato varieties

Cornell AgriTech has released the Galaxy Suite collection of organic grape tomato varieties that are pretty, profitable and pack a culinary punch.

Cornell model helps dairy farms reduce nitrogen, save money

Waterways might grow cleaner, thanks to improvements in the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System, a dairy nutrition model.

Digital Ag Hackathon tackles pressing agricultural problems

Cornell’s first Digital Agriculture Hackathon saw students from a variety of disciplines come together to develop ways of addressing some of the world’s most pressing agricultural challenges.

Upstate beef farm honored for efforts to keep NYC water clean

Thunder View Farms, a Catskill-region Angus beef operation founded and run by Cornell graduates, has been honored by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association for its efforts at keeping water that flows to New York City safe.

Can-do: Cornell, Extension help NYS vintners test their metal

More than 300 winemakers, grape growers, distributors, marketers, educators and others attended the sixth annual B.E.V. NY conference and symposium Feb. 27-March 1.

Ripple effect: Study reveals NYS apple industry’s true economic impact

Unveiling a new economic impact analysis model, a Cornell team found the state’s apple industry has a 21 percent larger economic impact than traditional models suggest.

Academics propose U.S.-Mexico ‘energy-water corridor’

A network of academics from around the United States – including two Cornell wind energy experts – are proposing an 'energy-water corridor' along the U.S.-Mexico border.