Skip to Main Menu Skip to Content

Seminars

Seminar Series – Spring 2017


Time: 3:30 – 4:40 pm

Athens:1102 Miller Plant Sciences
Tifton: Hort. Conference Room
Griffin: SLC Room 102 Conference Room


1/25/2017

Peach quality analysis using sensory and instrumental evaluations
Catherine Belisle (M.S. Exit Seminar)

2/01/2017

Analyzing heat tolerance in Hosta by evaluating OJIP residuals; preliminary ploidy manipulation in Acer buergerianum for sterility breeding
Andrew Payton (M.S. Proposal Seminar)

2/08/2017

"Apple crop load management: developing new tools and technologies
Dr. Tom Kon, Assistant Professor, Department of Horticulture, NCSU.

2/15/2017

Investigating mechanisms that regulate ripening and postharvest fruit quality in blueberries
Yi-Wen Wang (Ph.D. Proposal Seminar)

2/22/2017

Development and use of molecular markers in the muscadine grape breeding program.
Dr. Patrick Conner, Professor UGA Horticulture (Tifton)

3/01/2017

"Investigating genetic and environmental factors affecting fruit disorders in bell pepper and tomato
Yamin Kabir (Ph.D. Proposal Seminar)

3/15/2017

“Using plant breeding, cultivar evaluation, and cultivation strategies to address challenges in sustainable watermelon production”
Suzanne Stone (Ph.D. Exit Seminar)

3/22/2017

“Optimum irrigation and fertilization rates for young peach trees in the southeastern United States”
Bruno Casamali (Ph.D. Proposal Seminar)

3/292017

“Tea, What Should We Know?”
Dr. Donglin Zhang, Professor, UGA Horticulture

4/05/2017

“Cold hardiness in southern highbush blueberry floral buds”
Lauren Redpath (M.S. Exit Seminar)

4/12/2017

“Holy basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) varietal comparison by yield and essential oil content and composition”
Noelle Fuller (M.S. Exit Seminar)

4/19/2017

TBA
Graduate Student Association Invited Speaker