23 min

Fine-tuning Fertility Orchard Outlook

    • Natural Sciences

Bernardita Sallato joins us to talk about the tools and techniques used to monitor plant nutrition. Whether plants can absorb available nutrition is an interesting topic as we reflect on some unusual tree growth from early this season. 

Bernardita is a Regional Tree Fruit Extension Specialist at Washington State University, located in the middle of the Yakima valley – one of the most productive regions for apple and sweet cherry production. She is originally from Chile, where she obtained a degree in Horticulture and Plant Physiology, and now she has specialized in soils and plant nutrition.

Producer: Perennia Food and Agriculture Inc.

Website: www.perennia.ca

Follow us on Twitter: @nsperennia @nstreefruit 

Connect with us on: Instagram: @nsperennia Facebook: @nsperennia

Music: A Sunny Day by J. Tones

Logo Created by: Perennia Food and Agriculture Inc.

Email us at: info@perennia.ca

Recorded by: Podcast Atlantic

Bernardita Sallato joins us to talk about the tools and techniques used to monitor plant nutrition. Whether plants can absorb available nutrition is an interesting topic as we reflect on some unusual tree growth from early this season. 

Bernardita is a Regional Tree Fruit Extension Specialist at Washington State University, located in the middle of the Yakima valley – one of the most productive regions for apple and sweet cherry production. She is originally from Chile, where she obtained a degree in Horticulture and Plant Physiology, and now she has specialized in soils and plant nutrition.

Producer: Perennia Food and Agriculture Inc.

Website: www.perennia.ca

Follow us on Twitter: @nsperennia @nstreefruit 

Connect with us on: Instagram: @nsperennia Facebook: @nsperennia

Music: A Sunny Day by J. Tones

Logo Created by: Perennia Food and Agriculture Inc.

Email us at: info@perennia.ca

Recorded by: Podcast Atlantic

23 min