As you know, and possible you work with, tropical countries develop their agriculture and economy under severe climatic conditions. Moreover, recently, the global climate change is affecting plant development and, by the way, harvest and postharvest qualities of horticultural commodities. On the other hand, although yield crop is an important factor for developing countries, nowadays the challenges of food safety and environmental-friendly agronomical tasks are becoming necessaries in crop management, production and marketing.I am pretty sure that On Line PQMHP 2021 will be an excellent chance for researchers to exchange their expertise on tropical horticulture and postharvest. Building new and confident researcher network to continue developing RELIABLE TECHNIQUES FOR OUR PEOPLE is possible although the presence of SARS-COV2. Be sure that joining this PQMHP 2021 on line event will help improving the horticulture in our tropical regions. I humbly recommend you to mark on your agenda the coming October 6, 2021 and join PQMHP.

We, the Scientific and Editorial Committee as well as the Local Organizing Committee, are preparing all the necessary to make On Line PQMHP 2021 one of your greatest academic and personal experiences.
I hope to meet you next October 2021.

Prof. Omar Franco Mora, Ph D.

Convener V PQMHP 2021

Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture (UAEMEX)

virtual exhibition

                   We invite you to be part of our virtual exhibition of V International Conference on Postharvest and Quality Management of Horticultural Products of Interest for Tropical Regions.


               • Make your services and products known to our participants in a very innovative and personalized way.

               •Direct contact with researchers and professionals in the sector.

               •Brand presence.

               •You can have a database of participants interested in your company. We have designed various options for stands, we invite you to know the different types and what each one includes. 

                   RESERVE YOUR STAND NOW!

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The Partners

participation fees

Category On/before May 30th 2021 From June 1st through on site
ISHS Members 1 USD 200 USD 250
NON ISHS Members 1 USD 300 USD 350
Students 2 USD 120 USD 150
  • 1 ISHS Members/Non ISHS Members: Congress program, Book Abstract, One Acta Horticulturae (electronic format) proceedings volume. Access to all the virtual sessions.
  • 2 Students: A letter of Academic Advisor or Dean Faculty must support student status. Congress program, Book Abstract. Access to all the virtual sessions.

We have 2 ways to make your payment:
Via bank transfer / deposit or online pay pal. When you register you will find all the information about it
If you decide to make the payment to the event using paypal, a commission of 20usd will be charged. Additional to the cost of participation

Members of the Scientific and Editorial Committee

Prof. Homero Ramirez Mexico
Prof. Zora Singh Australia
Prof. Sunil Pareek India
Dr. Jorge Fonseca Italy
Dr. Kazuhiro Matsumoto Japan
Prof. Marita Cantwell USA
Dr. Pavel Bautista Solís Costa Rica
Dr. Alfredo Barrera Baca President of Local Committee and Principal of UAEMEX
Dra. Ana Tarin Gutiérrez Ibañez UAEMEX
Dr. Jose Luis Piña Escutia UAEMEX
Dr. José Antonio López Sandoval UAEMEX
Dr. Juan Manuel Villareal Fuentes UACH
Dr. Iran Alia Tejacal UAEMOR
Dr. Carlos Nuñez Colin UGTO
Dr. Raúl Berdeja Arbeu BUAP
Dra. María de la Cruz Espíndola Borquera FUND. SÁNCHEZ COLÍN
Dr. Alvaro Castañeda Vildózola UAEMEX
Dr. Jesús Ricardo Sánchez Pale UAEMEX



Zora Singh currently works at Murdoch University, Australia. Current research projects are on ethylene management, cold, controlled and modified atmosphere storage, fruit quality  in range of tropical, subtropical and temperate fruits.


Full professor at the Department of Food Technology at the University Miguel Hernández, Alicante, Spain. Nowadays he is engaged in teaching, conducting research and supervising graduate in PhD students in postharvest technology. One of his research topics implies the influence of storage temperatures in orange fruit quality including aromas in antioxidant properties.


Jorge M. Fonseca currently serves as research leader for USDA-ARS, food quality
laboratory. Previously he served as food system officer for FAO, and prior to it he was associate professor with the University of Arizona. His research aims at improved understanding of the interaction of the environment with secondary metabolism and microbiome of fresh produce and related links with consumer’s preferences.

Associate professor at the National Institute of Food Technology, India. Current research is related to Technology, physiology and safety of fresh cut and vegetables. He has been working with the postharvest physiology of annona, loquat and pomegranate among other fruit species.