Webinar: Best Management Practices for COVID-19 Safety in Greenhouses & Nurseries
May 14, 2020: Video | Presentation .pdf
- Richard Stup, Cornell Agricultural Workforce Specialist
- Mary Jo Dudley, director of Cornell Farmworker Program
- Jon Greenberg, director, Division of Food Safety & Inspection, NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets
- Betsy Bihn, Cornell Food Science, director of Produce Safety Alliance
Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) is an advanced and intensive form of hydroponically-based agriculture where plants grow within a controlled environment to optimize horticultural practices. Read more about CEA.
Other Cornell sites:
Greenhouse Lighting and Systems Engineering (GLASE)– Public-private partnership led by Cornell and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to integrate advanced energy-efficient LED lighting with improved environmental controls for more efficient and sustainable greenhouse production.
CEA Viability in Metro Areas – New NSF-funded project.
Cornell Greenhouse Horticulture – Bedding plant production and more.
CEA topics on this site:
- New! A Guide to Home Hydroponics for Leafy Greens
Excel Tool for useful calculations related to the Home Hydroponics Guide
- Top Misconceptions About CEA – New to CEA? This Inside Grower article is a must-read.
- Hydroponic Lettuce Handbook
- Hydroponic Spinach Handbook