Research of ancient grain varieties at Willsboro Farm draws attention

Research of ancient grain varieties at Willsboro Farm draws attentionResearch of ancient grain varieties at Willsboro Farm draws attention

Cornell Orchards manager Eric Shatt inspects apple blossoms

Cornell Orchards manager Eric Shatt inspects apple tree blossomsCornell Orchards manager Eric Shatt inspects apple tree blossoms

Plant growth chambers provide carefully controlled environments for sensitive research.

Plants in a CUAES growth chamberPlants in a CUAES growth chamber

Cornell’s Titan arums are housed in the Liberty Hyde Bailey Conservatory

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The Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (CUAES) – an integral part of three colleges – advances research on food and agriculture systems, the environment, applied economics, and community and individual development. By doing so, CUAES improves people’s lives and contributes towards Cornell’s Land Grant mission of discovery, engagement, and advancement of learning.

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