AAES Videos


Grape Videos

More information about Division of Agriculture grape varieties can be found online athttp://www.aragriculture.org/horticulture/fruits_nuts/Grapes/default.htm

Gratitude: Dr. John Clark, University Professor of Horticulture, describes the desirable characteristics of Gratitude table grape, a 2012 release from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture fruit breeding program.

Hope: Dr. John R. Clark, University Professor of Horticulture, describes the desirable characteristics of Hope, a 2012 table grape released from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Joy: Dr. John R. Clark, University Professor of Horticulture, describes the desirable characteristics of Hope, a 2012 table grape released from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Faith Table Grape:Dr. John R. Clark describes the desirable characteristics of Faith Table Grape, a 2012 release from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.News Release

Jupiter Grape:Dr. John R. Clark describes the desirable characteristics of Jupiter, a popular grape variety from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Neptune Grape: Dr. John R. Clark describes the desirable characteristics of Neptune, a table grape variety released in 1999 from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.


Peach Videos

More information about Division of Agriculture nectarines and peaches can be found online:http://www.aragriculture.org/horticulture/fruits_nuts/nectarine_peach/default.htm

Souvenirs Peach:Dr. John R. Clark describes the desirable characteristics of Souvenirs, a new peach from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture fruit breeding program.

White Rock Peach:Dr. John R. Clark describes White Rock, a unique white-flesh peach from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

White Diamond Peach: Dr. John Clark describes the desirable traits of White Diamond, a white-fleshed peach released from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.News Release

White County Peach: John R. Clark, University Professor of horticulture, describes the desirable characteristics of White County peach, a white flesh peach from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture fruit breeding program.

Nectarine Videos

More information about Division of Agriculture nectarines and peaches can be found online:http://www.aragriculture.org/horticulture/fruits_nuts/nectarine_peach/default.htm

Bradley Nectarine:Dr. John R. Clark, University Professor of Horticulture, describes the desirable characteristics of Bradley nectarine, a new fruit developed by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Bowden Nectarine: Dr. John R. Clark describes the desirable characteristics of Bowden, a new nectarine from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture fruiting breeding program.

Amoore Sweet Nectarine:

Dr. John R. Clark, University Professor of Horticulture, describes the appealing attributes of Amoore Sweet, a unique nectarine from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture

Blackberry Videos

More information about Division of Agriculture blackberry varieties can be found online athttp://www.aragriculture.org/horticulture/fruits_nuts/Blackberries/default.htm

Natchez Blackberries:

Fruit Breeder John Clark describes the desirable qualities of Natchez blackberries, a 2007 variety released by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Ouachita Blackberries

Dr. John R. Clark describes the attributes of Ouachita, a 2005 blackberry from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture fruit breeding program.

Osage Blackberries

Dr. John Clark, University Professor of Horticulture, describes the exceptional flavor and other attributes of Osage, a blackberry variety released by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Prime-Ark 45: Dr. John R. Clark describes Prime-Ark 45, the first primocane-fruiting blackberry with high quality storage and shipping characteristics for the commercial fruit industry.

PA Freedom thornless primocane-fruiting blackberry:

Dr. John R. Clark, fruit breeder, describes Prime-Ark® Freedom, the world's first thornless primocane fruiting blackberry, released by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Division of Agriculture's work in the state Knapweed Weevil
Arkansas Entomologist Tim Kring describes efforts to control an invasive and problematic weed with tiny insects that feed only on this one plant. Soybean Planting Dates by Maturity Group
Dr. Larry Purcell, crop physiologist for the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, describes research to help farmers select the best soybean maturity group for any planting date in their location.
N-STaR Nitrogen Soil Test for Rice Videos: Effects of Nighttime Air Temperature on Rice Milling Quality
Terry Siebenmorgen, director of the University of Arkansas Division of Agricuture's Rice Processing Program, discusses the negative effects on kernel quality caused by elevated nighttime temperatures during the grain filling stage of rice plant development. Arkansas Rice Expo Aug. 4, 2011
University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture scientist discuss research projects during field tours of research plots at the Rice Research and Extension Center near Stuttgart at the Rice Expo field day Aug. 4. Discovery of Rose Rosette Virus Good News for Growers
Plant pathology doctoral student Alma Laney talks about the discovery by University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture scientists of the virus that causes rose rosette, which is a major disease of rose plants.