Fruit & Nut Research and Information Center
Fruit & Nut Research and Information Center
Fruit & Nut Research and Information Center
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2018 Extension Course

Principles Class of 2017

 2018 Principles of Fruit & Nut Tree
Growth, Cropping & Management

February 19 - March 1, 2018
University of California, Davis campus

Registration is now open

Understanding the fundamentals of tree biology is essential to making sound orchard management and business decisions in the tree fruit and nut industry.  However, access to educational courses on basic fruit and nut tree biology, and how it relates to agronomic practices, is limited. Our course incorporates lecture, lab exercises, and field demonstrations to provide information on all aspects of basic plant biology and the relationship between plant biology and nuts and fruit orchard management.

Our course includes nine full days of instruction. The first five days will be held on the UC Davis campus and include lecture, laboratory exercises, and field demonstrations. The following week we will embark upon a four-day field trip throughout fruit and nut tree growing regions of Northern and Central California. Click here to register for the course


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Find An Expert

A listing of UCCE Pomology Farm Advisors by County, including their areas of expertise and contact information.
Backyard growers, contact your UCCE Master Gardener.

Tree Biology & Orchard Management

Tree Biology & Orchard Management

New content: Flower Anatomy & Pollination, Tree Growth. Links to: Current UC Research, Spray Technology.
Tree Biology & Orchard Management

Fruit & Nut Information

Go to information about your crop

Sections on management and biology for individual crops, articles & websites by UC experts in crop production.
Fruit & Nut Information

Fruit & Nut Center Updates

  • FNRIC Website Accessible via Mobile Devices

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    Happy 2016 from the Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center! We want to take a moment to remind you that the FNRIC website is fully formatted to be compatible with mobile browsing from cell phones and tablets. This includes all of our pages...

  • Accumulating Winter Chill: Where are we this year (Dec. 2015)?

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    Winter dormancy is the annual life stage of a deciduous tree between leaf drop and bud break. It is initiated by a factor within the plant bud itself, and it takes a certain amount of cool temperature--the chilling requirement -- to break this rest...

IX Congreso Iberoamericano de TecnologĂ­a Postcosecha y Agroexportaciones

The 2017 Spanish language conference will be held in Chile from November 29th to December 1st, 2017. It is hosted by Dr. Victor Escalona, Fac. Cs. Agronómicas, of the Universidad de Chile. Read the invitation letter here.

For more information please visit www.congresopostcosecha.cl. If you have any questions contact Dr. Victor Escalona at vh.escalona@gmail.com.

Online Research Databases

Repositories of Annual Research Reports for the following California crops: Walnuts, Dried Plums, Stone Fruit. Research Databases

Weather-Related Models

Go to Weather-related Models

Chill accumulation models; irrigation scheduling; prediction models for stonefruit harvest, almond & pistachio N, almond hullsplit.
Weather-Related Models

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