Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops Short Course
University of California Postharvest Center Online Conference
The 2020 course is a great opportunity to upgrade your knowledge and skills at a significantly lower price!
This course is a seven-week intensive study of the latest technologies used for handling fruits, nuts, vegetables and ornamentals in California, and the underlying biology principals. The new, interactive, virtual format will include pre-recorded video presentations, weekly live overview, highlights and Q&A sessions with instructors, demonstrations, produce experiments, and break-out discussions.
The course is designed for produce handlers, quality control personnel, service companies, research and extension workers, and business, government or academic professionals interested in current advances in produce handling, storage, transportation, safety and marketing.
Enrollment Fee (2020)
|Enrollment||Early-Bird Price*||Regular Price|
|Students & Developing Country Participants**||$500||$500|
*Through May 31st
**If you feel you are eligible for this discount, please email Pam Devine at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
The enrollment fee includes access to view pre-recorded videos of all topics and demonstrations, weekly live interactive Zoom meetings with instructors, digital postharvest textbook (English or Spanish) and PDF copies of all presentations.