Cornell Cooperative Extension Pesticide Safety Education Program (CCE-PSEP)
CCE-PSEP promotes the proper use of pesticides to help reduce risks to applicators, consumers, and the environment. CCE-PSEP provides pesticide safety training to pesticide applicators and is a source of objective, science-based pesticide safety information for all New York residents. Reach out to the team for pesticide questions and applicator training information.
Crop and Pest Guidelines
The latest information on topics such as pest management, crop production, and landscape plant maintenance. Updated regularly by Cornell University researchers and Extension specialists.
Basic information about 20 common herbicides, including pictures of effects on selected crops and weeds.
- Controlling herbicide resistant waterhemp in soybeans: 2020 Trials - Report by Bryan Brown, eCommons.
- Effective Waterhemp Control Programs and Compatibility with Interseeding in Corn - Report by Bryan Brown, eCommons.
Disclaimer: Please read the pesticide label prior to use. The information contained at this web site is not a substitute for a pesticide label. Trade names used herein are for convenience only; no endorsement of products is intended, nor is criticism of unnamed products implied. In New York, use the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s NYSPAD tool to verify the latest product registration information.