Nourse Farms: Growing Plants from Bits and Pieces

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Posted by Karyn Moyer
Nourse Farms

Tim Nourse has owned Nourse Farms since 1968, and together with his wife Mary and son Nate, they have grown the operation into what it is today. In 1980 Tim created a state of the art tissue culture lab and micropropagation facility at the farm, which allowed the Nourses to produce the base material on site, as well as test the product for viruses. They are one of the few organizations that have a tissue culture lab that works with strawberries and raspberries. Watch the video below to learn more about Nourse Farms and how they grown plants from bits and pieces in their tissue culture lab. Learn more about Nourse Farms here




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Learn about Nourse Farm's micropropagation, an innovative method of growing fruit in a lab
Karyn Moyer

Karyn Moyer

Karyn Moyer is the Senior Marketing Manager at AgHires, with over 13 years of marketing experience, over 9 of which she has spent in the agriculture marketing industry. Growing up in a small farming town, Karyn has a deep appreciation for the importance of agriculture and its role in our communities. Since joining AgHires in 2017, Karyn has used her wealth of experience and knowledge to help job seekers and clients achieve their goals. She has a passion for learning and discovering new ways to support the industry.