Describes soil constraints and soil quality issues common to soils in New York and the Northeast, provides guidelines on how to conduct in-field qualitative and quantitative soil health assessment and background on Cornell soil health testing, and identifies management strategies for improving soil health based based on the test. View the manual.
Free iBook features seven short how-to videos and photo galleries plus iterative images and concise directions make it quick and easy to understand the steps to cultivating a healthy lawn that is an attractive environmental asset. Download iBook.
Permaculture gardens, farms, and backyards balance the provision of human needs with improvement of local ecosystem health. Expand your knowledge of permaculture through videos, readings, and activities and complete portions of design for a site of your choosing. Read more.
Weekly (during the 35-week growing season) e-newsletter for turfgrass professionals features pest alerts, expert updates, weather information and more. Also available as an audio podcast. Subscribe to ShortCUTT.
This website helps New York turf and landscape managers to identify weeds using easily discerned plant characteristics. Lists control strategies compliant with the NYS Child Safe Playing Fields Act. Mobile friendly. Visit site.
Explores the commercial use of shrub willow (Salix spp.) as a sustainable feedstock crop for bioenergy, biofuels, and bioproducts, as well as for environmental engineering and horticultural applications. Visit the Willowpedia website.