“Growing New Roots” Vegetable Grafting Webinar Series

Members of the SCRI Grafting Project Team have organized a grafting webinar series. Each month a webinar will be offered, covering a different topic about the science and technology of vegetable grafting. Below is a schedule of future webinars, as well as links to past webinars.

Upcoming Webinars:

Date: February 21, 2019
Time: 2PM (Eastern Time)
Title: Grafting Experience with Open Field Production of Green-picked Fresh Market and of Processing Tomato in California
Presenters:Dr. Brenna Aegerter and Gene Miyao, University of California, Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County and Yolo/Solano/Sacramento counties, respectively
Sign up: Coming soon.

Date: March 8, 2019
Time: 11AM-Noon (Eastern Time)
Title: Vegetable Grafting Making It Affordable and Beneficial to US Growers
Presenter:Dr. Richard Hassell, Clemson University
Sign up: Coming soon.

Date: April 11, 2019
Time: 11AM-Noon (Eastern Time)
Title: Management of Diseases on Cucurbit Rootstock and Scion Seedlings in Greenhouse Environments
Presenter:Dr. Anthony (Tony) Keinath, Clemson University
Sign up: Coming soon.

Date: May 14, 2019
Time: 11AM-Noon (Eastern Time)
Title: Grafting to Increase Production for Small-acreage and High Tunnel Tomato Growers
Presenter:Dr. Cary Rivard, Kansas State University
Sign up: Coming soon.
Past Webinars:


Date: January 31, 2019
Title: Use of Vegetable Grafting for Soil-Borne Disease Management
Presenter: Dr. Frank Louws, North Carolina State University


Date: November 29, 2018
Title: Indoor Production of High Quality Grafted Plants: Benefits and Energy Optimization
Presenter: Dr. Ricardo Hernández, North Carolina State University


Date: October 18, 2018
Title: Developing a New Tomato Grafting Machine
Presenter: Yuji Masaki, Kusakabe Kikai Co. Ltd., Osaka Japan

 

Vegetable Grafting Webinar Series are organized by SCRI CAP Project Team.
Contact for questions: Chieri Kubota (kubota.10@osu.edu)

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