ITHACA, N.Y. — We will be presenting a hybrid event on Thursday, August 12 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – in person and broadcast live and recorded on Zoom to provide updates on Cornell hemp research. This outdoor field event will have two farm locations with multiple presentations, with the first location focusing on cannabinoid hemp research and the second on grain and fiber hemp and seedless triploid cannabinoid hemp.
Hemp growers, processors, and crop management advisors are encouraged to attend. Pre-Registration required.
Unvaccinated individuals must wear a mask outdoors when physical distancing is not possible.
Registration is free. Limited to 200 in-person attendees. It would be greatly appreciated if you register on or before August 10, 2021.
8:00am In-Person registration and coffee, Cornell AgriTech McCarthy Farm, 2865 County Road 6, Geneva, NY
9:00am Welcome – Larry Smart, Cornell University
9:00am NYS Ag and Markets Update/Q&A, Tim Sweeney, NYS DAM
9:15am – 10:45am ~ Cannabinoid Hemp Field Tour Presentations (rotating groups)
- Disease Management in CBD Hemp, Ali Cala, Patrick McMullen & Chris Smart, Cornell University
- Evaluation of 40 CBD and CBG Cultivars, Maylin Murdock, Cornell University
- Genetic Basis for Autoflower and Flowering Time, Jacob Toth, Cornell University
- Establishing the USDA ARS National Hemp Germplasm Repository, Zachary Stansell, USDA
10:45am Drive to Research North Farm, 1097 County Road 4
11:00am – 12:30pm ~ Grain/Fiber Hemp Field Tour Presentations (rotating groups)
- 2021 Grain/Fiber Variety Trial, Jamie Crawford, Cornell University
- Evaluation of Triploid Seedless CBD Cultivars, Larry Smart, Cornell University
- Evaluation of Fiber and Dual-Purpose Varieties in Strip Trials, Luis Monserrate, Cornell University
- Weed Management and Herbicide Compatibility with Hemp, Liz Maloney, Cornell University
Requirements to attend via zoom
- Device with internet access (desktop, laptop or mobile)
- Before joining a zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device, you can download zoom for free by going to the Zoom website and clicking on Sign Up, It’s Free
As we get closer to the date of the event, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining via zoom.
–College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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