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Cornell releases two new raspberry varieties

With its two newest raspberry releases, Big Red is going gold and crimson. Double Gold and Crimson Night offer small-scale growers and home gardeners showy, flavorful raspberries on vigorous, disease resistant plants. “Both varieties have attracted a lot of interest from small-scale growers because they are looking for varieties with intense flavor and a different […]

New Staff at Heating Plant

Welcome to: John VanDeMoortel started March 12 . John has extensive boiler experience, most recently with VA Hospitals and we are pleased he has agreed to join us. John will be working second shift. Bob Troy started April 26. Bob brings 28 years of experience from time worked with NYSEG in various roles which included […]

Come to Arbor Day Friday April 27

The Geneva Arboretum Association invites all Station staff to the annual Arbor Day tree ceremony on Friday April 27 at 3:30 pm. on the east side of the Stone Barn.

Lab Safety Inspections

Lab safety inspections have been completed for the FY 2011- 2012 at the Geneva Experiment Station.  Overall, lab safety practices and procedures were in good compliance status.  I would like to thank the Station research community for practicing safe science!  I strongly feel that safety is an essential part of high standard research.  For Occupational […]

Station staff members recognized for their years of service

Staff members who have served 25, 30, 35, 40 or more years of service were invited to the 57th Annual Service Recognition Dinner on March 28th. Those recognized from the Station for their years of service to the university are: 25 years of service: Vince Volland Karen Wentworth 30 years of service: Lorraine Barry John Thibault […]

Too-early spring takes a toll

Terence Robinson quoted in Buffalo News Article Updated: April 12, 2012, 1:35 PM By Charlie Specht Unseasonably warm temperatures raised the spirits of those who identify March with snow and slush more than sun and shorts. But here and across the state, the early spring has decimated the cherry crop and could also hurt New […]

CPR and Defibrillator Training Opportunity

A Life-Saving Technology at Geneva Station Every two minutes, someone in this country goes into sudden cardiac arrest.  It can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone, and unless normal heart rhythm is restored within a very brief period, death is practically inevitable. But now there is hope in the form of a remarkable medical device called […]