ADDITIONS IN LAST 30 DAYS


Documents 1 to 10 of 13 added in the last 30 days.

1. Surveillance for Avocado Sunblotch Viroid Utilizing the European Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
http://avocadosource.com/journals/amphsoc/phytopathology_2023_113_559-566.pdf
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2. Avocado Fruit Quality Problem Solver
Hort Innovation
HortInnovation2018b. 2.1 BRUISING What is it? Dark brown to black areas in the flesh. Compared to rots, bruises usually have a rather diffuse margin. They are often associated with cracking and air cavities between the flesh and skin. What causes it? Hard green fruit are still susceptible to bruising. However, the damage is often not obvious until the fruit ripens and softens. Sources of bruises include: Rough handling at harvest e.g. dropping fruit straight to the bottom of bags attached to
http://avocadosource.com/international/australia_papers/hortinnovation2018b.pdf
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3. Avocado Cafe
Mary Lu Arpaia
Avocado CafeWelcome!May 23, 2023. Videos are now available on the Avocado Café YouTube Channel or www.avocadosource.com Additional content is alsoThank you to:Hofshi FoundationDataHarvest. If you have ideas for future topics or speakers please let us know.Send your suggestions to either avocafe@gmail.comor mlarpaia@ucanr.eduComing in July:Heat and water management: its impact on tree health fruit quality. We want to have an interactive meetingThere will be 2 ways ask questions:Us
http://avocadosource.com/avocadocafe/20230523/ac-20230523-01.pdf
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4. ABSTRACT: What Israeli growers are doing to enhance productivity and profitability
Gafni, U.
What Israeli growers are doing to enhance productivity and profitability Udi Gafni Chief Agronomist, Granot Avocado Cooperative Head, R&D Committee of the Israeli Avocado Growers’ Organization Abstract A description of common practices and R&D in each of the following areas will be discussed: Irrigation Nutrition Plant Growth Regulators Pollination Pruning and orchard design Post harvest Resume MSc. Horticulture, Hebrew University 1983 – 1999 Ministry of Agriculture, Extension service 1999 – pre
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5. PRESENTATION: New development in Israeli avocado
Gafni, U.
GafniUdi2023. Avocado Café –May 2023New development in Israeli avocado. 110 Km60 Km410 KmNorth and Central Coast area•Ann. Prec. –500-800 mm•Low ETO•Heavy clay soilsSouthern coast 50-200 Sandy to light soilsInner lowland•350 500 Medium heavy soils JerusalemTel AvivEastern Valleys•350-High Light well drained soilsLebanonJordanSyriaTotal area 14,000 Ha.Ettinger, 13% Hass, 60% Pinkerton, 10% Reed, 7% Arad, 4% Galeel, 5% Various, 1% Variety Distribution. Production:Export %ton)To
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6. PRESENTATION: How innovation and technology are being used to develop new avocado groves in South Africa
Witney, Guy W.
WitneyGuy2023b. How innovation and technology are being used to develop new avocado groves in South AfricaGuy Witney, Independent Agricultural Consultant, George, South AfricaTraditionally avocados were grown in the northeastern parts of South Africa where climate, soil type, and water availability/quality were considered highly suited to commercial production of export quality fruit.In the last two decades advances in variety and rootstock breeding, propagation techniques, orchard soil preparat
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7. Avocado Café - 5-23-2023
Avocado Café. May 23, 2023. Innovation ideas from around the world - Israel and South Africa. Introductory Slides. Udi Gafney (. CV. New development in Israeli avocado. Guy Witney (. How innovation and technology are being used to develop new avocado groves in South Africa.
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8. Avocado Cafe - May 23, 2023
Avocado CaféMay 23, 20238:00 –10:00 a.m. PSTInnovation ideas from around the world Israel and South AfricaUdi Gafni, Chief Agronomist, GranotAvocado Cooperative; Head, R&D Committee of the Israeli Avocado Growers’ Organization, IsraelWhat Israeli growers are doing to enhance productivity and profitabilityGuy Witney, Independent Agricultural Consultant, George, South AfricaHow innovation and technology are being used to develop new avocado groves in South AfricaRegister for this virtual meeting a
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9. ABSTRACT: How innovation and technology are being used to develop new avocado groves in South Africa
Witney, Guy W.
WitneyGuy2023. How innovation and technology are being used to develop new avocado groves in South Africa Guy Witney, PhD Independent Agricultural Consultant George, South Africa Abstract: In recent years the South African avocado industry has been rapidly expanding into cool late-season production areas which has allowed shipping local fruit year-round. Propagation and growing technologies, as well as new varieties developed over the last few decades, have largely allowed this expansi
http://avocadosource.com/avocadocafe/20230523/witneyguy_cv.pdf
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10. PRESENTATION: The consequences of flooding and mitigation strategies to consider
Khodadadi, Fatemeh
KhodadadiFatemeh2023. The consequences of flooding and mitigation strategies to considerFatemeh KhodadadiAssistant Professor of Extension & Assistant Plant Pathologist Department of Microbiology & Plant PathologyUC, RiversideApril 2023The recent heavy rainfall and flooding events in California and global climate change•Significant impacts on avocado and citrusorchards•Planted on heavy soils or those with impeded drainagePhoto: Trinity Fruit SalesCause of Flooding in AgricultureSite selection Imp
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