FACTORS INFLUENCING AVOCADO FRUIT SET AND YIELD

FACTORS INFLUENCING AVOCADO FRUIT SET AND YIELD

January 3, 2014

Guest Lecture on Avocado Fruit Set and Yield Factors


Iñaki Hormaza, Professor, La Mayora Research Station (CSIC) Malaga, Spain will guest lecture about Factors Influencing Avocado Fruit Set and Yield on Jan. 13th and Jan. 14th. 

Iñaki’s research is applicable to California Avocado growers since it is important to know why certain flowers produce fruit and others do not.


Hormaza’s research has examined the role of starch (energy) on fruit set and yield, pollen viability, pollen tube growth and ovule viability. He is also conducting research looking at pollinizers, new varieties and rootstocks. 



Pre-registration is required by Friday, Jan. 10th.  To register, contact John Cornell at 
avocadoguy@gmail.com or (360) 550 1965.




To view the full invitation, please click here.




Lecture Times and Locations: 



Monday, January 13, 2014 
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 
Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD)990 E Mission Rd, Fallbrook, CA 92028 




Tuesday, January 14, 2014 
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 
University of California Cooperative Extension Office669 County Square Dr., Suite 100, Ventura CA 93003


This event is sponsored by: California Avocado Society, California Avocado Commission, Del Rey Avocado Co., Eco Farms, Hofshi Foundation, Index Fresh, University of California

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