Growing and Selling Plants in Light of COVID-19

<div> <p><b>NYS Greenhouses - Dealing with COVID-19 Webinar – Friday April 3rd 2pm</b></p> <p>The Cornell University greenhouse program work team is hosting a webinar on April 3 so you can learn about this year’s challenges and solutions in NYS ornamental businesses.&nbsp; <br></p> <p>Topics:<br><b>NYS Essential &amp; non-essential businesses</b>, Julie Suarez, Associate Dean for Government &amp; Community Relations, Cornell University<br><b>Agricultural workforce management</b>, Richard Stup, Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development - will cover steps that employers should take to protect employees, how to manage cleaning and disinfection in the workplace and employee housing, state and federal sick leave and workforce reduction policies, and disaster contingency planning to manage and prevent the spread of COVID-19 on-farm<b><br>Submitting questions to Cornell extension personnel and diagnostic labs</b>, Lindsey Christianson, Senior resource educator, CCE Capital Area Agriculture and Horticulture Program<br><b>Marketing greenhouse crops: results of recent industry survey</b>, Neil Mattson, Associate professor and greenhouse extension specialist, Cornell University</p> <p><br></p> </div><br><br>