The half-day seminar will give industry professionals the opportunity to hear technical talks on the latest and most advanced developments in postharvest disease control. The seminar is scheduled on April 14, at the Exeter Veterans Memorial Building, Exeter, CA.
Paul Cronje, Citrus Postharvest Physiology, Stellenbosch University Department of Horticulture; Stellenbosch, South Africa
Elizabeth Baldwin, Quality in Citrus and Subtropical Products, USDA-ARS Horticultural Research Laboratory; Ft. Pierce, Florida
Trevor Suslow, Extension Research Specialist, Department of Plant Sciences; University of California, Davis
Adrian Sbodio, Research Associate, Department of Plant Sciences; University of California, Davis
Spencer Walse, USDA-ARS, San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Sciences Center; Parlier, California
Mary Lu Arpaia, Ph.D., University of California Cooperative Extension, Subtropical Horticulturalist, is based at the Kearney Agricultural Center in Parlier and associated with the Department of Botany and Plant Sciences at UC Riverside.
Additional speakers from:
USDA/ARS, industry and UC research faculty
LOCATION: Exeter Veterans Memorial Building 324 N. Kaweah Avenue Exeter, CA 93221