Alternate Crop Pollination — VGNtv

Ben Phillips, Michigan State University Extension educator, discusses options for crop pollination and pollinators during the 2015 Southwestern Mic... watch »

No-Till Sweet Corn Production Pays Off — VGNtv

Andrew Frankenfield, Penn State University Extension educator and owner of Frankenfield Farm Market in southeast Pennsylvania's Montgomery County, ... watch »

Georgia Food Safety Group Rebrands — VGNtv

Beth Bland Oleson, director of education and food safety for the Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Association, explains why GFVGA has rebranded the Georgi... watch »

Restoring Soil Health in North Carolina — VGNtv

Amanda McWhirt, a researcher at North Carolina State University, is studying plug inoculants as a way of restoring the health of her state's strawb... watch »

The History of #AgChat — VGNtv

Michele Payn-Knoper, founder of #AgChat, details the history of the #AgChat Twitter conversation.... watch »

Hops Industry Sees Continued Growth — VGNtv

Ann George, Hops Growers of America, discusses the market's continued growth and offers advice for growers looking to start a hops farm.... watch »

Meeting in the Middle of the Plate — VGNtv

Michele Payn-Knoper, author of "No More Food Fights!," summarizes her book and explains the six steps needed to tell your farm story.... watch »

What is the BPIA? — VGNtv

Bill Stoneman, executive director of the Biopesticide Industry Alliance, describes his organization, which is composed of developers, manufacturers... watch »

Drip Irrigation Projects in Northern Florida — VGNtv

Bob Hochmuth, extension agent at the University of Florida, describes his work on drip irrigation projects in Norther Florida.... watch »

2015 Southeast Regional Show a “Huge Success” — VGNtv

Beth Oleson, director of education and food safety for the Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association, talks about the SE Regional Fruit & Veget... watch »

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