Oneida County's many varying soil types allows for a large variety of crops!
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Oneida County's many varying soil types allows for a large variety of crops!

Specific Crops

Here you'll find useful resources about production, varieties, nutrient needs, storage, and more for specific agricultural crops. Follow the links below, or check the alphabetical list to the right.

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Corn

Corn is one of the most-produced crops in Oneida County. Find resources here on production, pests, harvesting, storage and more!

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Energy Crops

Resources for crops that can be used as a source of energy

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Fruit Crops

Oneida County farmers grow a wide variety of fruit for the direct market and for wholesale, retail and restaurant sales. Find resources here on growing and selling fruit crops.

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Small Grains

Find Cornell and other resources here to assist you in producing a variety of small grains here in our region.

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Last updated July 12, 2017