Videos

Residual Herbicides Restrict Next Crops— VGNtv

Timothy Grey, professor at the University of Georgia, says residual herbicides work well on weeds, but they can restrict the next crop you plant.... watch »


Establishing Cooperatives — VGNtv

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


Krupp Farms

Paul Krupp, of Krupp Farms in Rockford, Michigan, discusses 100 years of service and changes on the family farm.... watch »


Barb Radewald: American Agri-Women — VGNtv

Barbara Radewald, former president of the Michigan Vegetable Council, discusses the origins of American Agri-Women.... watch »


Barb Radewald: 50 years of farming — VGNtv

Barbara Radewald, former president of the Michigan Vegetable Council, discusses the origins of the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXP... watch »


Vegetable Grafting – Part 3 — VGNtv

Richard Hassell, associate professor at Clemson University in Charleston, South Carolina, is a member of the SCRI project team. He presented an o... watch »


Vegetable Grafting – Part 2 — VGNtv

Chieri Kubota, professor at the School of Plant Sciences, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at the University of Arizona, and a USDA SCRI p... watch »


Vegetable Grafting – Part 1— VGNtv

USDA-SCRI project director Frank Louws, a professor and director of the NSF-Center for Integrated Pest Management in the Department of Plant Path... watch »


Late Blight Management Approaches — VGNtv

Beth Gugino, associate professor at Penn State University, discusses a variety of late blight management approaches.... watch »


Keith and Cal VanSingel presented with Master Farmer Award — VGNtv

The Michigan Vegetable Council’s Master Farmer Award was presented to brothers Stan, Keith and Cal VanSingel of VanSingel Farms in Grant, Michiga... watch »



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