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Nov. 08, 2022

2022 FFTC-TARI-MJU Symposium on Trends and Opportunities of Displacement of Fruit Tree Production Areas under Climate Change

2022 FFTC-TARI-MJU Symposium on Trends and Opportunities of Displacement of Fruit Tree Production Areas under Climate Change

 

  • 2022 FFTC-TARI-MJU Symposium (hybrid mode)
  • Date: November 28-29, 2022
  • Venue: FURAMA Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • Videoconference: online meeting link to be provided

Abnormal temperatures and rainfall can alter bud formation and flowering period of fruit trees, leading to lower fruit yield and quality. Approaches to enhance the resilience and adaptation of fruit trees under climate change include breeding to develop new and better adapted varieties; application of technologies to reduce the adverse effects of high temperatures and soil water fluctuations; improved cultivation methods to reduce damage; and if necessary, relocation of production to more favorable areas.

FFTC, Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute (TARI) – Fengshan Horticultural Experimental Branch, and Maejo University of Thailand are jointly organizing the International Symposium on “Trends and Opportunities of Displacement of Fruit Tree Production Areas under Climate Change.” The Symposium will be held on November 28-29, 2022, with a hybrid mode of online via Webex and in-person at the Conference Room of FURAMA Hotel in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

We sincerely welcome your participation in person or online. Registration is free!
https://km.fftc.org.tw/workshop/17

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