Videos

Efficient Sweet Cherry Training Systems

Lynn Long, Oregon State University Extension educator, discusses efficient sweet cherry training systems for precision orchards. He spoke at the ... watch »


RosBREED 2 Process Reviewed

Ksenija Gasic, associate professor of horticulture at Clemson University, is the RosBREED stone fruit breeding team leader. She spoke at RosBREED... watch »


RosBREED 2 Targets Disease Resistance

Jay Norelli, research plant pathologist with USDA-ARS-AFRS in Kearneysville, West Virginia, is the pathology team leader who is overseeing the Ro... watch »


Robotic Harvester Offers Potential

Tom Auvil, research horticulturalist, Washington Tree Fruit Research Association, discusses the potential of robotic harvesters in orchards.... watch »


Phytelligence: Loosening the Rootstock Bottleneck

Amit Dhingra, founder and CEO of Phytelligence, talks about a big obstacle in the apple industry: shortage of rootstock.... watch »


The Cooperative Business Model

Hannah Scott, manager of the Ohio Cooperative Development Center, walks growers through the process of forming a cooperative.... watch »


Growers Prepare for FSMA

David Gombas, senior vice president of food safety and technology, United Fresh Produce Association, outlines what needs to be done to prepare fo... watch »


Jim Flore Reflects on 40-Year Career

Jim Flore, professor, Department of Horticulture, Michigan State University, reflects on his 40-year career as a researcher of tree fruit. He is ... watch »


Midwest Apple Improvement Association

Mitch Lynd, one of the founders of the Midwest Apple Improvement Association, discusses the group's origins and the apples it's been breeding.... watch »


Apple Scab Management Part 2 — FGNtv

Daniel Cooley, professor of plant pathology, University of Massachusetts, tells growers to be cautious when using disease models in apple disease... watch »



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