International Organic Fruit Research Symposium: Recordings available

Video of 55 presentations now on-line

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The live broadcast recordings of the Second International Organic Fruit Research Symposium held in Leavenworth, Washington, USA 19-21 June 2012 are on-line. The program organized by David Granatstein of Washington State University and funded by a US Department of Agriculture's National Institute for Food and Agriculture's Organic Research and Edcuation Initiative conference grant.

The collection features 55 video recordings of presentations from the symposium on a wide range of organic fruit production and research topics. These presentations will be of interest to researchers, extension professionals, growers, consultants, suppliers, and retailers who wish to learn the latest developments in the worldwide organic fruit supply chain.

The 2nd International Organic Fruit Research Symposium was being held under the auspices of the International Society of Horticultural Science (ISHS), Commission on Sustainability through Integrated and Organic Horticulture. It buildt upon previous meetings in Vignola, Italy (2008) and Nova Scotia, Canada (2006) as well as several North American Organic Tree Fruit Research conferences.

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Dr. David Granatstein, Washington State University