Lake Ontario Fruit Program Enrollment

Program Areas

  • Food Safety
  • Variety Evaluation
  • Market Development
  • Pest Management
  • Cultural Practices

Enrollment Benefits

  • Telephone / Email Consultations
  • Fruit Newsletter?
  • Direct Mailings
  • Educational Meetings & Conferences
  • In-Field Educational Opportunities
  • On-Farm Research Trials

Enrollee Login

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  • Issues of Fruit Newletters
  • Helpful Diagnostic Tool:
      What's wrong with my crop?

Enrollment

EnrollmentThe Cornell Cooperative Extension Lake Ontario Fruit team invites you to join our organization; you must be enrolled to benefit from the expertise of our Specialists. Enrollment in a partner county will provide a subscription to our newsletter, Fruit Notes, and access to Fruit FAX (the more time sensitive reminders for pest management and horticultural practices) and the Harvest Maturity subscription will provide you with apple ripening index measurements to help time harvest of apples by variety. We can also do farm visits to troubleshoot problems or evaluate situations.

In 2019, our program will be supported, in part, by 5 county Cornell Cooperative Extensions: Monroe, Niagara, Orleans, Oswego and Wayne Counties. If you are farming or living in one of these counties you can click on the county listed above or enroll in our program (form below) by printing and mailing the In-Region PDF Enrollment form below or directly on line by completing the details below.

However, we still welcome those that farm or conduct agricultural services in other counties outside of Niagara, Orleans, Oswego, Monroe and Wayne Counties to enroll in our program (Satellite Enrollment). The Satellite enrollment will also provide a subscription to our newsletter, Fruit Notes, and access to Fruit FAX and the Harvest Maturity subscription. However, we must continue to respect the major supporting role of the partner counties who continue to support the cost of the program overall. Therefore, the growers who enroll through the Satellite program can only access specialists on the team for consultation by phone, fax, or email. Unfortunately, specialists will not be able to do on-farm visits or applied research out of the partner counties. But there is a lot we can do electronically through communication technology these days! If you would like to become a member of our program through our Satellite enrollment you can enroll by printing and mailing the Satellite PDF Enrollment form below

For enrollment information contact Kim Hazel, email Kim or call her at 585-798-4265 ext. 26.

LOF Enrollment Form - In Region (PDF; 186KB)

LOF Enrollment Form - Satellite (PDF; 186KB)

Satellite Regions Enrollment Form - Online
*In Region Enrollment is directly with your county

Business Name
First Name Last Name
Address 1 Address 2
City State Zip
Phone Cell
Email 1 Email 2
Please select ALL counties that you farm or conduct business:
 
Monroe
Niagara
Orleans
Oswego
Wayne

If other County, please enter name(s)
Please select ALL areas of interest:
 
Food Safety
Greenhouse & Tunnels
Organic

Pests - Animals
Pests - Diseases
Pests - Insects

Pests - Weeds
Soil Health
Please select ALL crops that you are interested in:
 
Apples
Apricots
Asian Pears
Blueberries
Cherries
Currants
Gooseberries
Nectarines
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Raspberries / Blackberries
Strawberries
Unusual Fruit
Lake Ontario Fruit Program
Satellite Enrollment
Satellite ($150.00) - for those outside of the participating counties.
In Region - contact your county directly for those that live, farm or conduct agricultural services within participating counties.
Method of Fruit Notes Newsletter Delivery Mail Only      Email Only      Both
* Bundle includes one print and online copy
Fruit Fax & Fire Blight Alerts$100.00Qty:
Harvest Maturity Report$100.00Qty:
Special Contribution to LOF Program   Amount: $
    Total Payment: $
/
 
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There were errors on the form, please make sure all fields are filled out correctly (see above).

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Cherries

Cherries

Currants

Currants

Gooseberries

Gooseberries

Nectarines

Nectarines

Peaches

Peaches

Pears

Pears

Plums

Plums

Raspberries / Blackberries

Raspberries / Blackberries

Strawberries

Strawberries

Unusual Fruit

Unusual Fruit

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Upcoming Events

Cornell Organic Symposium

April 24, 2019
1pm - 5pm
Ithaca, NY

This year the Symposium will have a weed management theme and feature weed ecologist Chuck Mohler as keynote speaker. Similar to last year, the Symposium will include a poster session (with snacks!).
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CleanSweepNY Spring 2019 - NYSDEC Region 9

April 30 - May 2, 2019
Call to Schedule
Multiple Locations, NY

Spring 2019 CleanSweepNY collection event that will target the following counties within NYSDEC's Region 9: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara and Wyoming.

The deadline for registration is Friday, April 12th so please request and send in the completed registration form quickly.

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Announcements

Save the Date!

2019 Events - for details and registration info click on the event of interest:
 
Apr 24 - Cornell Organic Symposium - Ithaca, NY - FREE please register

April - May 2019 - Respirator Fit Testing Clinics - Don't miss your chance to schedule, check by location

Apr 30 - May 2 - CleanSweepNY - Call to schedule appointment by April 12th

Jul 18 - Lake Ontario Fruit Summer Fruit Tour - West of Rochester, all day, free lunch - check back for more information

Jul 21-24 - IFTA Summer Tour - Ontario, Canada - Hamilton & Georgian Bay Area



Unusual Berry Survey

Specialty Fruit Survey: Are you interested in diversifying your farmers market, farm stand, or CSA offerings with specialty fruit crops? Have you ever thought about growing currants, kiwiberries, goji berries, beach plums, or other "unusual" fruits? Tell us about it! We are gauging grower interest in specialty fruit crops. Your input will help guide a project that aims to develop growing recommendations and enterprise budgets for unusual fruit crops in New York. Fill out our online survey by clicking on the following link: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6MerCyXklTm7YlT

Public Hearing on Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices

April 25 - 11am-3pm at SUNY Morrisville - 9 Skyline Dr, Morrisville, NY 13408
Senators Jen Metzger (SD-42) and Jessica Ramos (SD-13) will hold joint hearings in the Catskills/Hudson Valley, Long Island, and in Morrisville to hear public testimony on the Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act S2837 - proposed state legislation that would have significant impacts on farm workers and farmers in New York.
Note that you must register ahead of time in order to testify. Those who would like to attend and/or testify at the Morrisville hearings are asked to register at bumpus@nysenate.gov or by calling 315-478-8745.
For more information about testifying, contact Paul Baker and the New York State Horticultural Society (http://nyshs.org/ (315) 787-2404), or John Sorbello and the New York Farm Bureau (District 3 Director, State Board of Directors, https://www.nyfb.org/ (315) 730-2670).


Mario Miranda Sazo Recieves Award at IFTA Meeting

Check out the following article & photos that cover highlights of the annual IFTA meeting such as Mario Miranda Sazo receiving the Outstanding Extension Educator award.

Robots, Rootstocks and Revenue on the Front Burner for Fruit Growers


John Kempf Webinar Recording Available

"Integrated Nutritional Management for Pome Fruit Production with John Kempf" webinar was find link and more details here.


SmartMarketing article "How 'bout Them Apples?"

For full article follow this link https://dyson.cornell.edu/outreach/documents/smart-marketing-2018-09-2.pdf

Article: "Supplemental Coverage Option for Apples"

Supplemental Coverage Option for Apples - Should you add this endorsement to your apple crop insurance policy?

Elizabeth Higgins, Ag Business Management Specialist, ENYCH


For the full article click the link below.

https://lof.cce.cornell.edu/submission.php?id=604




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