High tunnel grown grafted tomato plant for on-farm evaluation in Ohio.
Grafted melon evaluation in Florida.
Evaluation of grafted tomato for nitrogen use efficiency in open fields of North Carolina.
An up close grafting demonstration of the one cotyledon method for melon by Dr. Carol Miles and her team at Washington State University
Researchers from North Carolina State University prepare samples of grafted watermelon for lycopene analysis
Members of the Vegetable Production Laboratory gave a hands-on grafting demonstration to this plant propagation class at The OSU, ATI on March 22, 2018.
Sustainable Ag students at The OSU learn how to graft tomatoes and watermelon with the assistance of the Vegetable Production Systems Laboratory.
The SCRI Grafting Virtual Workshop took place on March 16, 2018. Recordings from the workshop will be available on the website soon!
The USDA SCRI-supported team responsible for this site contains seven working groups and a Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC). Working groups focus their activities on specific topic areas and the SAC provides indispensable feedback on team activities and guidance in setting priorities. On March 16, 2018, each working group reported to the SAC. Click here for recordings of the presentations.