First ISHS Summer School on Pre- and Postharvest Physiology of Temperate Fruit Crops – registration deadline: 28 February
The first ISHS Summer School on Pre- and Postharvest Physiology of Temperate Fruit Crops takes place from 22 July to 4 August 2018 organized by the University of Hohenheim and the Centre of Competence for Fruit Growing, Lake Constance (Germany). This Summer School is proudly sponsored by the International Society for Horticultural Science, the German Academic Exchange Service and the University of Hohenheim.
Are you interested in a complete overview of pre- and postharvest physiological aspects of fruitperennial fruit tree species and in particular of pome (apple, pear) and stone fruit (cherry, plum) but also nut crops under different orchard management and environmental conditions? Then apply for this special Summer School and be introduced not only to the latest scientific findings, but also to innovative orchard practices, monitoring procedures of physico-chemical fruit properties to ensure quality and safety, supply chain management and marketing aspects.
Registration deadline: 28 February.