University of California

Welcome

Announcements

 

 

2021 Workshop & Short Course Recap

Red Floral Mothers' Day Sale Promo Flyer (3)

The 2021 Fruit Ripening & Ethylene Management Workshop was offered virtually for 55 participants with four 3-hour, live weekly sessions and 20-plus hours of video content! We also introduced Produce Jeopardy, which was lots of fun! Our Jeopardy host, Dennis K., was superb, competition was fierce, and everyone was reminded of key takeaways from the course!

Participants said:

“It was a dream to do this course from many years, which could come true due to online training mode. I had some knowledge, but always felt incomplete due to not having this course. Now I will fill the vacuum by applying the information and by in regular contact of experts.“

“The jeopardy was a great idea! All speakers ... had a lot of knowledge on their topics. Great conversations and presentations.“

We hope you will join one of our upcoming courses in 2022!

 

 

 

 

phsc 2021

 

Dozens of participants from around the globe attended our virtual Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops course in 2021!

Participants learned about the latest technologies used for handling fruits, nuts, vegetables and ornamentals in California, and the underlying biology principals. The interactive, virtual format featured pre-recorded video presentations, weekly live overviews, highlights, and Q&A sessions with instructors, demonstrations, produce experiments and break-out discussions. The Live Sessions began on June 3 and continued twice a week through June 24.

A Virtual Tour of Produce Handling Operations in California, including live narration and discussion by industry leaders and technical experts from the University of California was an added option to the course.

We were deeply humbled to hear praises about our course, including:

"Great course with tons of information that covered every aspect of postharvest science. Very informative and inspiring. I'm excited to go back to my work to develop our program using what I've learned here."

Subscribe to Our Newsletter!

Additional Resources

Postharvest Program Endowed Fund

Adel-Kader-headshot

 

Make a gift today!

The Postharvest Technology Center is under the Regents of the University of California, a 501(3)(c) organization. Click the link below to make a tax-deductible donation to the Postharvest Program Endowed Fund.

Continued development of our workshop-based trainings and free access to our Produce Facts App and website are made financially possible by this Fund, through the generous support of friends like you. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution. Your support is crucial if we are to maintain our core services and continue to build out solutions-based research capacity in the coming years.

college-of-ag-logo
plant-science-UCD-logo

Webmaster Email: postharvest@ucdavis.edu