Cornell University’s College of Agriculture & Life Sciences has a long and productive history as a institution known for successfully introducing novel plant varieties with improved disease and insect resistance and cold tolerance to the public.
Since 1888, Cornell viticulturists have introduced more than 45 new table, juice, and wine grape varieties adapted to cool-climate growing regions. Cornell University offers research and educational facilities that positively impact not only local winery businesses and tourism, but also present the world with novel varieties that can provide a sustainable future.
Plant Variety Comparison Charts
- » GENEVA® Apple Rootstock Comparison Chart
- » Cornell Grape Varieties Comparison Chart
- » Cornell Potato Varieties Comparison Chart
- » Cornell Raspberry Varieties Comparison Chart
- » Cornell Strawberry Varieties Comparison Chart
Educational & Research Facilities
- » College of Agriculture & Life Sciences (CALS)
- » Cornell AgriTech
- » Horticulture Department
- » Cornell Orchards – where the public can purchase many varieties of fresh Cornell fruits and fruit/vegetable products.
- » Viticulture & Enology Program
- » The National Apple Rootstock Breeding Program
- » Cornell Fruit