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"Meet You Farmer" Orbaker

"Meet You Farmer" Orbaker's Fruit Farm of Williamson NY Episode 2

In the second episode of "Meet Your Farmer", we meet Orbaker's Fruit Farm of Williamson NY. Orbaker's Fruit Farm is 127 year old family farm that grows apples, sweet and tart cherries and peaches. A packaging house helps Orbaker's... More
Weed Of The Week - Wild Carrot

Weed Of The Week - Wild Carrot

Learn how to get wild carrot under control on and around your farm.... More
Rice Harvest

Rice Harvest

As Texas rice farmers gear up for 2017 harvest, no news from the field means potentially good news at the mill.... More
Ground-Penetrating Radar Could Help Producers Dig Potatoes Early

Ground-Penetrating Radar Could Help Producers Dig Potatoes Early

Ground-penetrating radar might help the potato industry save water, according to Dr. Dirk Hays, Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant geneticist in the soil and crop sciences department at College Station.... More
Weed Of The Week - Bur Cucumber

Weed Of The Week - Bur Cucumber

Learn how to get Bur Cucumber under control on your farm.... More
High Tunnel Value Proven In High Plains’ Vegetable Production

High Tunnel Value Proven In High Plains’ Vegetable Production

High tunnels at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research station near Bushland have made a difference between having a vegetable crop and not having one to go to market this year.... More
Ag Minute - Eliminating Weeds In Your Yard

Ag Minute - Eliminating Weeds In Your Yard

Darren Hefty talks about why weeds are still showing up in your yard after spraying and better options to control them in your yard.... More

 Manitoba Potato Seeding

Manitoba Potato Seeding

Seeding potatoes in Manitoba... More
Citrus Greening Disease

Citrus Greening Disease

Kansas State researcher, Dr. Susan Brown, continues to lead the effort to battle citrus greening. This bacterial disease has cost citrus growers billions in lost revenue.... More
The Story of the Tulips- Planting to Harvest

The Story of the Tulips- Planting to Harvest

This video contains a year round compilation of the tulip cultivation at Maliepaard flowerBulbs in the south west of Holland.... More
High Tunnel Tomato Production In The Texas Panhandle

High Tunnel Tomato Production In The Texas Panhandle

Dr. Charlie Rush, Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant pathologist in Amarillo, is ready to learn some more lessons, and he has high hopes.... More
Healthy Soil For Healthy Plants And Environment: Agronomy Feeds The World

Healthy Soil For Healthy Plants And Environment: Agronomy Feeds The World

We all want a healthy, sustainable food supply. We don't want to harm the environment. Did you know that the health of the soil can impact the nutrition of plants, and keep the environment safer? Agronomists are specialists who work with growers to make decisions about soil, fertilizer, seed and... More
Ag Minute - Plant Food

Ag Minute - Plant Food

On this week's Ag Minute, Darren Hefty talks about the best plant food for your crops, garden, and lawn.... More
 How apple picking in January makes the world

How apple picking in January makes the world's best ice cider

Twenty years ago, nobody knew anything about ice cider, but Domaine Neige owner François Pouliot managed to build a global brand off of the cold Canadian beverage. Now, people all over the world are lining up to have a little taste of Quebec.... More
Bush Daisy Produces Abundant Yellow Flowers

Bush Daisy Produces Abundant Yellow Flowers

The shrub daisy is a summer plant that produces beautiful yellow blooms through the spring and summer. You can find them at local nurseries now. On this edition of Get It Growing, LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill explains how you can use this strikingly beautiful plant in your landscape... More
SC Sweet Potato Ban Lifted

SC Sweet Potato Ban Lifted

Clemson officials say the 2017 season will be a little sweeter for the South Carolina sweet potato industry now that a ban on sweet potatoes has been lifted.... More
Helping Home Gardeners Manage Plant Diseases

Helping Home Gardeners Manage Plant Diseases

Every plant disease problem is unique in its own way. Finding ways to prevent and manage these diverse and complex plant pathogens is Michelle Grabowski, a University of Minnesota Extension Educator in the horticulture working group.... More
High Glucosinolate Mustard As A Biofumigant In Vegetable Systems- Part 2

High Glucosinolate Mustard As A Biofumigant In Vegetable Systems- Part 2

In 2015, the Northwest Crops and Soils program of the University of Vermont Extension began studying high glucosinolate mustard as a biofumigant and cover crop in vegetable cropping systems to see its effect on weeds, disease, and yield.... More
How To Graft Tomatoes

How To Graft Tomatoes

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to graft tomato plants.... More
Sunflower Production

Sunflower Production

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about sunflowers and how to boost production on your farm.... More
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