Cornell’s International Agriculture and Rural Development 602 class is celebrating 50 years of international engagement.
Farmers in the Northeast are adopting production habits tailored to longer, warming climate conditions, but they may face spring planting whiplash as they confront saturated fields from heavy rain.
In “Diet and the Disease of Civilization,” historian Adrienne Rose Bitar asks, what if diet books worked like literature?
The Cornell Small Farms Program is preparing the next generation of farmers and ranchers to succeed with a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Astronomy meets gastronomy at the food science introductory course, where student teams created ice cream for a final project. The winner: Cosmos, a sweet nod to Cornell astronomer Carl Sagan.
Nearly 50 Cornell eLab students participated in the third annual mid-year pitch night in Manhattan Dec. 1.
Researchers are leading a multiyear project aimed at bringing malting barley back to New York and helping farmers take advantage of opportunities offered by the crop.
Adapt-N, technology developed at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has been acquired by Yara International ASA, a fertilizer company.
Cultivating hops in New York state has its challenges, mainly from pests and two pervasive diseases, and Cornell researchers are lending a hand to new growers.