Note: Events and activities are subject to change, please call ahead to confirm dates and details. Please watch for pre-registration requests prior to event date.
Watch here for on-farm field days and farmer meetings for in-person opportunities to learn about NNYADP-funded research. In the meantime, click here for the latest research results from our 2018 projects.
August 1, (Rain Date: Aug 2), Watertown, NY
NNY Soybean Weed Control Field Day
Hosted by Freeman Farms, in soybean field on the corner of NY State Route 126 and Plank Road (County Route 163) in the town of Rutland. GPS Coordinates are Latitiude: 43.95038 Longitude: -75.7576. Free and open to the public. 1.25 NYS DEC pesticide applicator credits (Categories 1A, 10, 21) and CCA CEUs available.
Join Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Regional Field Crop Specialist Mike Hunter to discuss soybean weed control programs and take a guided walking tour through the soybean herbicide plots in the field. Over 25 pre, post, and two pass herbicide programs to view. This field day provides a chance to compare the various herbicide programs, learn about herbicide sites of action, and herbicide resistance management strategies.
This on-farm research project was made possible through funding from the Northern New York Agricultural Development Program
Info: or in case of inclement weather on August 1, contact Mike Hunter at 315-778-8602 or meh27@cornell)to confirm if field day will be moved to the following day.
August 2-11, Malone, NY
Franklin County Fair
August 14-18, Westport, NY
Essex County Fair
September 7, 2019, 9-11 am, Croghan, NY
Maple Tubing Workshop with NNYADP Maple Research Update
Hosted at Pierce’s Sugar Spigot, 11601 State Route 812, Croghan. NNY Maple Specialist Adam Wild present information on the 2019-20 NNYADP-funded research into the timing of tapping to quantify the benefits of re-tapping maple trees within a season. NYS Maple Specialist Stephen Childs will walk you through the latest information, technology and research on maple tubing systems and the best way to install in your your woods. Cost $5/farm. Register by September 4 with CCE Lewis County, 315-376-5270, firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? 315-376-5270.