More than half – 54.9% – of the farm acreage in Northern New York is in cropland.
Small grants from the farmer-driven Northern New York Agricultural Development Program support research to enhance the production, quality, and profitability of field crops, including forages, corn, soybeans, dry beans, flax, small grains, legumes, and wheat. Project results also add to science-based environmental stewardship across the region.
Science-Based Results for NNY Crop Health & Growth, Jan. 2017, pdf
Research by Nutrient
NNYADP Corn and Soybean Disease Survey Project
Mass Nutrient Balance Software
Pasture Nutrient Management
Cornell Cooperative Extension Associations of NNY
What’s Cropping Up? (Cornell Crop & Soil Sciences newsletter)