AUGUST 4, 2020 (2pm eastern time)

--- Hosted in partnership with the Canadian Organic Vegetable Improvement Project (CANOVI).
--- Guests: Alex Lyon (CANOVI); Brian Campbell (Uprising Seeds); Dan Brisebois (Tourne-Sol Co-operative Farm); Linda Fenstermaker (Osborne Seed

English presentations with French SUBTITLES

Radicchio is a diverse crop with many cultivars, quickly becoming a popular fall crop for restaurants and for sale through farmers markets. This webinar includes a discussion about saving seed from this biennial crop, as well as an exploration of what on-farm trialing for radicchio looks like. Radicchio is part of the Canadian Organic Vegetable Improvement Project (CANOVI). Planting times for radicchio are day length specific, and trials are a great way to identify the best varieties and suggested planting dates for each region, as well as identifying varieties that would be suitable parents for future breeding projects. 



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Radicchio Cooking Demo with Chef Carlson (Burdock & Co, Vancouver)
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Culinary Breeding Network
Chicory Week