Citrus Packers Postharvest Seminar, April 3, Exeter
Attend the California Citrus Packers Postharvest Research Seminar April 3 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Exeter Veterans Memorial Building, 324 North Kaweah, Exeter, Calif. 93221.
Doors open at 7:30 am for registration and coffee.
8:15 - Welcome and introductions - Ken Keck – President, California Citrus Research Board
8:30 - Packinghouse sanitation: principles and methods - Chang-Lin Xiao – USDA/ARS/SJVASC
9:15 - Postharvest disease issues facing the California citrus industry – strategies to gain and maintain access to export markets - Jim Adaskaveg, UC Riverside
10:15 - Break
10:30 - Fruit movement from the field to market; Asian citrus psyllid and Fuller rose beetle monitoring and control - Spencer Walse – USDA/ARS/SJVASC
11:30 - Factors influencing mandarin fruit quality - David Obenland – USDA/ARS/SJVASC
Presented by the Citrus Research Board and UC Cooperative Extension.
CE Credits approved for 3.00 hours of ‘other.’
To reserve a spot, contact the Citrus Research Board at (559) 738-0246 or send an e-mail to Bekah@citrusresearch.org.
324 North Kaweah
Exeter, California 93221