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Seminar series

Listings below include SIPS-wide seminars and Genome Biology Initiative talks in addition to our regular Horticulture Section seminars, which meet 12:20 to 1:10 p.m. most Mondays when classes are in session with videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva unless otherwise noted.

Seminars are free and open to the public. Refreshments served. Those wishing to take for 1 credit, enroll in PLHRT 4950 (undergrads) or PLHRT 6000 (grads). To view many past seminars, visit the Cornell horticulture seminar YouTube channel.

Spring 2019 Horticulture Section Seminar Series [.pdf]

Horticulture seminars

Apr 29
|
12:20 pm

"Shedding light on tree shape: the role of IGT genes in plant growth orientation": Chris Dardick

Chris Dardick...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 3
|
12:20 pm

Distinguished speaker in Genome Biology - Rob Martienssen

Rob Martienssen...
Location:
Biotechnology Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 6
|
12:20 pm

"Non-destructive prediction of apple fruit quality by means of near-infrared spectroscopy" - Yiyi Zhang

Yiyi Zhang Horticulture, Cornell University Yiyi Zhang is a PhD candidate in the Horticulture Section of the School of Integrative Plant Science.
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar
May 8
|
4:00 pm

Controlled Environment Agriculture’s Role in Urban Agriculture: What is the Economic and Environmental Evidence? - Chuck Nicholson

Special seminar with Dr. Chuck Nicholson, Adjunct Associate Professor, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and International Professor of Applied Economics and Management,...
Location:
Plant Science Building
Event type:
Seminar