Principles of Fruit and Nut Tree Growth, Cropping, & Management
February 19 - March 1
The Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center at UC Davis is offering a two-week extension course focused on understanding basic fruit and nut tree biology and physiology and how it relates to agronomic practices. Understanding the fundamentals of tree biology is essential in making sound orchard management and business decisions in the fruit and nut trees industry. The course is taught by UC Davis faculty, extension specialists and farm advisors.
Week 1: 5 days of lectures, hands-on exercises, and field demonstrations at UC Davis.
Week 2: A 4-day field trip throughout fruit and nut tree growing regions of Northern and Central California, including visits to current UC experiments, processing facilities, and orchards in a wide range of fruit and nut crops.
Registration is $2,850 for the entire course and $1,850 for the first week only.