Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County offers research-based resources and education to our farming community and the general public. Educators help farms to remain viable and profitable businesses by providing comprehensive, research-based information in animal and natural resource husbandry, business planning and marketing, diversified farm products, and technical and financial support opportunities. We connect clients with Cornell University faculty, Extension experts, and with other community agencies that also can provide information and support.
Pesticide Questions? We Have the Answers...
|Join DEC's Bureau of Pesticides Management for three, 60-minute
informative webinars on:
What to Expect When You're
Expecting (An Exterminator)
Information for the general public about pesticides, integrated
pest management, hiring an exterminator, the neighbor notification law, and
more. Pick up tips on how to protect yourself, your family, and your
environment while using pesticides
How to Become a Pesticide
A walk through the process of becoming a certified pesticide
applicator. Whether you want to do landscaping, structural pest control, or
agriculture, learn how to qualify for the exam and start your new career.
New York State Pesticide Use and
DEC Staff will explain the differences between minimum risk,
general, and restricted use pesticides, how to avoid common violations in the
field, and how to become certified applicators and register a pest control
For more information about the webinars or DEC's Pesticides Program, please visit our website.
CUCURBIT DOWNY MILDEW RESOURCES
LATE BLIGHT RESOURCES
Beef cattle comprise an important agricultural sector. Our links and resources can help to support your beef cattle operation.
Last updated December 21, 2022