Vegetable Grafting Webinar Series

“Growing New Roots” Vegetable Grafting Webinar Series

Grafting science and technology continue to advance. Members of the SCRI Grafting Project Team have offered webinars focused on various aspects of preparing, using, and evaluating the effects of using grafted plants. Links to these webinars are below. Check back for upcoming webinars.

Date: May 14, 2019
Title: Grafting to Increase Production for Small-acreage and High Tunnel Tomato Growers
Presenter: Dr. Cary Rivard, Kansas State University

Date: April 11, 2019
Title: Managing Cucurbit Seedling Diseases in Greenhouse Environments
Presenter: Dr. Anthony P. (Tony) Keinath, Clemson University

Date: March 8, 2019
Title: Vegetable Grafting: Making it Affordable and Beneficial to U.S. Growers
Presenter: Dr. Richard Hassell, Clemson University

Date: February 21, 2019
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 Extension


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 (