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Nina Bassuk‘s work with CU-Structural Soil was profiled in the Sept. 27 Cornell Daily Sun: The Scientist: Prof. Bassuk ’74 Brings Trees, Greenery To Urban Areas.

Bill Miller‘s ‘toil-free tulip planting’ technique was featured at syracuse.com. For more on the practice, see Plant more tulips with less effort.

The September issue of eCALSconnect features many horticulture-related stories, including:

Alan Taylor reports: Kyle Arvin is leaving Cornell and resigned as Director of the New York State Seed Testing Laboratory effective October 7, 2011. The Interim Director of the Seed Laboratory will be Michael Loos. Michael came to the lab about two years ago from Ohio State University Extension and has a Masters degree in Botany from Cleveland State University.

The September 27 edition of Picture Cornell featured a shot of the sod sofa constructed by the Art of Horticulture class.

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