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07-01-2020 06-21-2021 Postharvest Evaluations
10-01-2019 12-31-2021 TASC-Grapefruit
10-01-2019 03-31-2020 2019 CRDF-Data Collection
07-01-2019 06-21-2020 Promising New Fresh Citrus 2019-20
07-01-2018 05-20-2019 Promising New Fresh Citrus
01-01-2018 06-30-2020 Essential oils for Strawberries
07-01-2016 06-20-2018 Promising New Fresh Citrus
09-01-2015 08-31-2016 NATURAL ESSENTIAL OIL COMPOUNDS WITH HEAT TREATMENT TO
07-01-2015 03-31-2018 Nanoengineering a Biomimetic Electronic Nose
12-01-2014 07-15-2017 Expanding Avocado Production in Florida
06-01-2014 12-31-2016 Characterization and manipulation of the color of fresh
06-01-2014 06-30-2015 Degreening of Citrus Fruit
12-19-2013 08-31-2016 Development of citrus black spot sensing
06-25-2013 08-31-2014 Postharvest Training Materials for Smallholder Producers
04-01-2013 07-31-2016 Fixed-Quat: A novel alternative to Cu Fungicide/Bacteric
04-01-2013 06-30-2016 Improved fungicide control measures
12-11-2012 07-31-2015 Production and Postharvest Treatments to Control Citrus
09-28-2011 09-27-2012 Prevention of the spread of citrus black spot
07-01-2011 06-30-2016 Exploring Avocado Variability for Laurel Wilt Resistance
03-18-2011 02-28-2012 Best Postharvest Handling Practices to Assure Canker-Fre
07-01-2010 12-31-2011 Does systemic acquired resistance (SAR) control HLB dise
04-01-2010 03-31-2011 Pre-Grading Fresh Citrus for Canker Prior to Dumping
01-25-2010 09-30-2010 Best Postharvest Handling Practices to Assure Canker-Fre
10-01-2009 06-21-2016 Postharvest Evaluations of Promising New Fresh Citrus Fr
04-01-2009 04-30-2010 Characterization of canker resistance in citrus plants c
04-01-2009 04-30-2010 Grove Practices that Increase Fresh Fruit Quality and Re
02-26-2009 03-25-2010 Pre-Grading Fresh Citrus for Canker Prior to Dumping on
09-24-2008 06-20-2009 Postharvest Evaluations of Promising New Fresh Citrus Fr
04-11-2008 11-30-2009 Best Postharvest Handling Practices to Assure Canker-Fre
12-31-2007 07-31-2008 Digitizing APS Journals (JAmPS and FVJ) with Character
09-27-2007 09-30-2008 Grove Practices that Increase Fresh Fruit Quality and Re
09-25-2006 09-30-2009 Eliminating Cankerous Fruit from Florida Fresh Market
06-27-2006 09-30-2007 Online Library of Citrus-Related Florida State Horticul
05-06-2006 10-30-2008 Post Harvest Application
09-01-2004 08-31-2008 International Certificate Program on Postharvest Technol
09-01-2004 08-31-2007 SYSTEMS APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING CRITICAL HANDLING STEPS
07-01-2002 09-30-2003 EXPANDING CITRUS RESOURCES AVAILABLE ON-LINE
02-14-2002 02-13-2003 DOES COMPOST USE AFFECT POSTHARVEST QUALITY OF VEGETABLE
09-05-2001 06-30-2002 REDUCING STEM-END RIND BREAKDOWN (SERB) IN FLORIDA CITRU
08-17-2001 06-30-2002 FERTILIZER N AND HIGH TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON SHEEPNOSING
09-15-2000 09-14-2003 FRESH PRODUCE FOOD SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE SOUTH
07-28-2000 03-30-2001 INVESTIGATING THE GREEN RING PROBLEM IN FRESH MARKET CIT
05-23-2000 05-30-2000 BMP RESOURCES ON THE WEB
09-16-1999 03-30-2000 INVESTIGATING THE GREEN RING PROBLEM IN FRESH MARKET C
08-05-1999 09-30-2001 DEVELOPMENT OD A CENTRAL INTERNET RESOURCE FOR CITRUS
07-01-1999 06-30-2003 NON-CHEMICAL REDUCTION OF POSTHARVEST DISEASES

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