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Suffering with hay fever? It's not hay Read more

Garden offers living library of weeds, poisonous plants Read more

Taste test? Deer preferences seem to help non-native invasive plants spread Read more

Agriculture Majors Face Future with Confidence Read more

Invasive vines swallow up New York's natural areas Read more

The race to outsmart invasive plants... Read more

Backyard Plants Can Pose Dangers to Humans, Animals Read more

From Mushrooms to Dandelions, Foraged Food Finds Way to U.S. Tables Read more

Invasive Weeds Could Shed Light on Climate-Coping Read more

Enjoy Cornell's 'garden of weedin' Read more

Livestock grazing in solar arrays. Read more

As crop indicators, weeds spread in warmer world Read more

Congratulations to Chuck Mohler who received the Northeastern Weed Science Society (NEWSS) 'Outstanding Researcher Award' during the 2014 NEWSS Annual meeting Jan. 6-9 in Philadelphia, PA. The Outstanding Researcher Award recognizes NEWSS members for their outstanding research contributions, in the public or private sector, that have had (or have potential to have) a significant impact on weed management practices in the Northeast. Read more

Lillian Magidow makes the Vance Publishing Corporation's inaugural 40 under 40 Agriculture Awards List. Congratulations Lillian! Read more

Deer proliferation disrupts a forest's natural growth Read more

Finicky deer avoid some invasive plants, promoting spread Read more

Pest control: Wicked weeds may be agricultural angels Read more

Pretty little killers: Many common plants in our yards are poisonous and should be treated with care Read more

Deer eating habits have lasting damage on forests Read more

New Agricultural Weed ID Website
Dr. DiTommaso's lab recently launched a weed identification website focused on agricultural weeds of New York. It supports all commodities grown in New York, including field crops, vegetables, fruit, and berries. You can learn about the problematic weeds for your commodity and how to identify them, ask our lab to identify a weed for you, and learn about some of the recent finds and weed news in New York.
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