HORT 453 - Principles of Fruit Crop Management

  • 3 credits
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Understanding the fundamentals of fruit tree biology is essential to making sound orchard management and business decisions in the tree fruit industry. Explore the basics of tree and small fruit production, including site, cultivar and rootstock selection, cropping trends and cultural practices such as planting, pruning, training, irrigation, nutrition, harvesting, and postharvest handling and technology of specific temperate fruit crops.

Prerequisite

BZ 120 or BZ 440 or HORT 100 or LIFE 103 or SOCR 100.

Instructors

Ioannis Minas

Assistant Professor

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