Photoselective netting to boost apple quality? — FGNtv

Lee Kalcsits, assistant professor, Department of Horticulture, Washington State University, talks about a trial using photo selective netting to en... watch »

Steep V Approach to Honeycrisp — FGNtv

Scott McDougall, McDougall & Sons' Prospector Orchard, Quincy, Washington, talks about rootstock approaches and other strategies in a block o... watch »

Grafting Honeycrisp and Converting to V-System — FGNtv

Jason Matson of Matson Fruit Company in the upper Yakima Valley of Washngton state, talks about managing space in Honeycrisp planted at 16 x 5 foot... watch »

Counting Buds for Optimal Fruit Production — FGNtv

Jim Doornink of Doornink Fruit Ranch near Wapato, Washington, talks about counting fruit buds in a 5.3-acre Jazz block planted in 2009 on M-Nic29... watch »

Optimal Soil for Honeycrisp

Greg Patterson, president of A&L Canada Laboratories, discusses what you need to do to your soil to grow the best Honeycrisp.... watch »

Pursuing the Model Concord Vineyard

Tom Zabadal, Michigan State University Professor/Coordinator of the Southwest Michigan Research & Extension Center (SWMREC), presents an update... watch »

Mechanical Pruning: Maslin Cripps Pink

Stefano Musacchi, associate professor, Department of Horticulture, Washington State University, talks about a mechanical pruning trial on Maslin ... watch »

The Future of Fruit Storage

Jim Schaefer, president of Storage Control Systems, talks about what he believes is the future of fruit storage.... watch »

ReTain PGR on Honeycrisp

Phil Schwallier, Michigan State University Extension educator, talks about the effects of ReTain Plant Growth Regulator on Honeycrisp apples.... watch »

We Are All Risk Managers

Scott Etzel, Senior Vice President and Agribusiness Consultant with Wells Fargo, talks about identifying "Dead Canaries and Black Swans" in determi... watch »

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