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 PQMHP 2021 will be an excellent chance for researchers to exchange their expertise on tropical horticulture and postharvest. The researcher network is becoming a necessary factor to develop RELIABLE TECHNIQUES FOR OUR PEOPLE; be sure that by sharing interdisciplinary knowledge will be easier to improve the horticulture in our tropical regions. I humbly recommend you to mark on your agenda the coming April 28, 2021 and join PQMHP at Toluca, Central Mexico.
We, the Scientific and Editorial Committee as well as the Local Organizing Committee, are preparing all the necessary to make PQMHP 2021 one of your greatest academic and personal experiences. Near Toluca City, the venue of PQMHP 2021, is located the most important Mexican ornamental production region, as well as one of the principal avocado production regions. On post congress tours you might enjoy visiting several orchards with tropical species and enjoy the Mexican history and culture.
I hope to shake your hand, next April 2021,
Prof. Omar Franco Mora, Ph D.
Convener V PQMHP 2021
Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture (UAEMEX)
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* Brand presence during the event: signage, event program, cyclorama, badges, exhibitors directory.
*Space for stand of 3×3 meters
*commercial presence in the auditorium during breaks.
* Insert brochure in the welcome kit.
Investment $ 25,000.00 mxn 1,140 usd
*If you reserve your space before May 2020 you will get a 10% discount
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*The spaces are delivered with melamine walls, sill, double contact and label, plank with 2 chairs
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Tel: 52 477 100 74 18 / 355 12 68
1-Quality of Horticultural Products & Health Promoting Compounds.
2-Flower Quality &Marketing.
3-Postharvest Physiology & Technology.
4-Innovative Pre-harvest/Postharvest Interventions to Reduce Postharvest Losses.
5-Pre-harvest Factors Affecting Postharvest Storage Life & Quality.
6-Plant Diseases and Pests Affecting Quality & Postharvest Life.
7-Good Practices in Marketing, Business, Social and Governance.
8- Logistic Systems and International Trade.
9-Postharvest Potential of Under-utilized Tropical Species.
10- Nanotechnology and Biotechnology.
After great experiences in Colombia, Costa Rica, Trinidad and Tobago and Sri Lanka now, the 5th edition of the PQMHP will be in the city of Toluca, Mexico, from April 28 to May 1, 2021. The Autonomous University of the State of Mexico is honored as the organizing institution.
Reservation code: pqmhp2021
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*ISHS MEMBERS/ NON ISHS MEMBERS: Congress Program, Book Abstract, one volume of the Acta Horticulture proceedings volume. The 4 lunchs and coffee break. Technical tour.
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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|
|MEMBERS OF THE LOCAL COMMITTEE|
|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|
Mexico is the main avocado fruit producer. In this trip, we will visit the avocado research Center “Fundación Salvador Sanchez Colín” CICTAMEX. Also, CICTAMEX`s researchers will explain us their advances in crop management of peach, cherimoya and other fruit species.
7:30 Meet and leave Hotel Radisson (Congress Venue)
9:30 Researchers talk at CICTAMEX.
13:00 Trip to caves “Grutas de la Estrella” (Lunch on bus board)
14:00 Enjoying natural caves “Grutas de la Estrella”
16:00 Toluca trip back
18:00 Arriving to Congress venue
Limited to 76 participants
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Toluca is the capital of the State of Mexico, this state is the main producer of cut flowers. In this trip we will visit the Research Center “El Islote” that is involved in ornamental production improvement. Their researchers will talk us on rose breeding, and the crop management of other ornamental species. Then, we will visit private ornamental companies to get involved in the local production systems.
8:00 Meet and leave Hotel Radisson (Congress Venue)
9:30 Researchers talk at “Rancho “El Islote”
12:00 Trip to caves “Grutas de la Estrella” (Lunch on bus board)
13:00 Enjoying natural caves “Grutas de la Estrella”
15:00 Trip to Tenancingo
16:00 Private Company
18:00 Toluca trip back
20:00 Arriving to Congress venue
Limited to 38 participants