Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)
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Events
Monday, February 11 – Thursday, February 14, 2019Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Seed Production: For Future Seed Industry Leaders

This 3 1/2-day course focuses on the biological, genetic, agronomic and technological processes and practices involved in the production and processing of agricultural seeds and how they influence seed quality. The course will also cover the postharvest conditioning processes and seed technology treatments that can enhance seed quality.

Targeted participants include seed production professionals and others who would benefit by knowing more about how to grow, manage and process crops for seed and to attain and enhance seed quality.

Information and registration here.

Monday, April 29, 2019 | 4:10 – 5:10pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)

The Storer Life Sciences Lectureship presents Sean Eddy, Ph.D., of Harvard University.

Monday, June 17 – Friday, June 28, 2019Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops: Short Course

This two-week intensive course covers the biology and current technologies used for handling fruits, nuts, vegetables and ornamentals in California and is designed for research and extension workers, quality control personnel, and business, government or academic professionals.

Lectures: June 17-21
Field trip: June 24-28

Participants can attend for one or both weeks. Course information and registration here.

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