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Marc begins his tenure as the 3rd President of ICVG at the 19th meeting in Santiago, Chile.

Melina Brunelli (Canandaigua Academy ’18, SUNY Binghamton ’22) presents her summer research on genetic diversity of the three cornered alfalfa hopper at the summer scholars poster session.

Members of the Fuchs lab at the ICVG meeting in Santiago, Chile. We took a short break from grape virology and hiked to San Cristobal, with views of the Andes in the background!

 

Nico, a freshman at Northeastern University , spent a few days in the Fuchs lab exploring options for a major in biology.

 

Jeffrey Gattozzi (Wayne Central High School, Class of 2018) is learning about research and molecular biology during his senior internship in the Fuchs lab.

Beautiful view of one of the estates of our friends at St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery in California. Photo by Marc Fuchs.

The slopes near the finger lakes provide a suitable and unique environment for growing Vitis vinifera grapes.

Fall in the finger lakes brings beautiful harvest time views, like this one of a vineyard on Keuka Lake!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunset over Barton Laboratory, photos captured by Marc Fuchs.

 

The sun setting on another productive day of research at Cornell-NYSAES, captured by Larissa Osterbaan.

Fuchs lab at the annual NYSAES Banquet

Pierce’s disease (left) and grapevine red blotch virus (right) threaten grape production in the Napa Valley.

Touring 3rd graders through the greenhouses at Barton Laboratory. The 3rd graders at North Street Elementary in Geneva plant and manage their own community garden at the elementary school under the guidance of Chris Smart and Steve Reiners!

 

 

 

 

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