VIVO: Cornell Research & Scholarship
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Hadcock, Stephen E.
cals impact project
Answering questions about apple tree architecture
Better site design for New York state: development principles to protect our streams, rivers, lakes, and wetlands
Bovine Reproduction & Artificial Insemination Training
Cornell Dairy Fellows Program graduates agricultural professionals
Cultivating Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteers as peer educators
Cultivating Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteers to lead New York communities and citizens to success
Dairy Farm Business Summary and Analysis Program (DFBS)
Dairy Profit Monitor
Developing sustainable and organic pest management programs for orchard systems
Developing volunteer skills at the Willsboro cold-hardy wine grape trial.
Development of an enhanced tree fruit IPM website for Northeast apple growers
FarmNet and FarmLink
Finding niche markets for northeastern-grown "EcoApples"
Fireblight Disease Risk Detection and Prevention.
Food and Nutrition Education in Communities programs
Geospatial literacy - improving access to and the understanding of geographic information systems, global position systems, and spatial data.
Increased use of mediation services to address conflicts between dairy farms and their neighbors
Managing grapevine diseases
Marketing Northeastern-grown eco-apples
Natural rendering: Composting livestock mortality, butcher waste, roadkill, mortality from man-induced, and natural disasters
New York Biofuels Roadmap stakeholder meetings
PRO-DAIRY: Educational program for the New York dairy industry
Producing safe, nutritious, environmentally sound and economically profitable dry bean and potato industries in New York
Providing aspiring winemakers throughout New York with basic training in winemaking techniques
Providing vegetable growers with tools for weed control
Raising fiscally responsible heifers (Winter Dairy Management - 2008)
Reduced chemical management of golf courses in New York
Reducing First Year Herbicide Use and Hand Weeding Labor in New Small Fruit Plantings in Northeast NY.
Reducing leafhopper damage with alfalfa intercrops
T.F. Lucy Herbarium Collection
Teaching successful apple grafting techniques to commercial fruit growers
The Water Resources Institute (WRI) supports the Hudson River Estuary Program
Urban Forestry and Respiratory Health: Linking Science to Practice Symposium
Willsboro cold-hardy wine grape trial promising wines
ilr impact project
ECIS-based Cell Classification
Public Sector Organizational Development Work (General)
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