Even though we are not getting out and about due to the Covid19 Shutdown, we can still enjoy the spring blossoms! Here are some showy ones today on the Mountain Grove Campus. … [Read more...] about Think spring!!
Lovely Ozark Premier plum is blossoming. Ozark Premier is a yellow fruited cultivar that was introduced in 1946 from our Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station breeding program, a cross between Burbank and Methley plum cultivars. … [Read more...] about Plum blossoms a sign of spring!
Two groups of students are taking the Viticulture course - one group meets in Springfield in a classroom in Karls Hall and the other group, who connect to the course via Zoom computer conferencing, is located in various places including Miami Oklahoma at NEO coordinated by Dr. Booth, and in Missouri at Neosho and other locations coordinated by Larry Nichols. We visited two … [Read more...] about MSU Viticulture students prune at local vineyards
The young pear trees were pruned and trained today to help them develop the proper scaffolding. Photos to be posted later. … [Read more...] about Pruning and Training Young Pear Trees
We had our holiday pot luck lunch today. The folks from Journagan Ranch and some from main campus joined us. … [Read more...] about Holiday party 2019