High tunnel grown grafted tomato plant for on-farm evaluation in Ohio.

Grafted melon evaluation in Florida.

Grafting robot demonstration in South Carolina.

Evaluation of grafted tomato for nitrogen use efficiency in open fields of North Carolina.

“During the last season, disease pressure was so great that I would not have had any tomatoes to sell if I had not had grafted plants on my farm.”

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

  • Save the Date – The 4th National Vegetable Grafting Symposium will be held on Monday, December 7, 2015 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Registration is now open. Click here for online registration. Once at the online registration site, select the option: Bus Tours and Special Event Tickets Only for the symposium. For additional registration or event information click here. To view the agenda for the upcoming program, click here. To review past symposia, click here.

  • New! 2016 International Field Trip to Vegetable Grafting Nurseries in Italy, space is limited and early registration is required. Click here to learn more.

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