Thanks to Anja Timm and Craig Cramer for a great post about the new greenhouses on Cornell’s campus that house the NEXTGEN Cassava Project’s cassava plants!
From Anja Timm (firstname.lastname@example.org), Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (CUAES):
“Cornell researchers now have a new, state-of-the-art greenhouse facility available to house tall crops important to New York State growers, such as corn, trellised peas, alfalfa and biofuel grasses.
Part of the Guterman Greenhouse Range east of the School of Veterinary Medicine, the 8,000-square-foot facility is also home to research projects with international impact, such as the cassava breeding project.
Precision environmental controls, 16-foot double-pane glass side walls, and shade- and insulation-curtains in all eight compartments create a highly energy-efficient research environment…”
Read Anja’s full post.