Ph.D. (1987), Horticulture|
Oregon State University
|Specialty||Postharvest biology and technology of fresh fruits|
|Location||2059 Wickson Hall|
|Graduate Groups||Horticulture and Plant Biology|
My extension and research activities encompass postharvest studies of the following crops: apricot, nectarine, peach, plum, kiwifruit, pomegranate, cherry, apple, Asian pear, persimmon, fresh fig, and table grape.
The goal of my research program is to develop a better understanding of the orchard factors and postharvest factors that control fruit flavor and shelf life and to develop technology to overcome fruit industry problems.
The areas of my ongoing research activities are:
|Campus||UC Davis Faculty|