Academic Presentations

Adaptation to acclimation: Using papaya’s unique biology to improve productivity. May 5, 2016. University of Florida, Citrus Research and Education Center. Lake Alfred, Florida.

Intercropping to improve fruit productivity.  April 22, 2016.  North Carolina State University, Mountain Horticulture Crops Research Center.  Mills River, North Carolina.

Adaptation to acclimation: Using papaya’s unique biology to improve productivity. April 21, 2016.  North Carolina State University.  Raleigh, North Carolina.

Adaptation to acclimation: Using papaya’s unique biology to improve productivity. April 19, 2016.  University of Florida.  Gainesville, Florida.

Intercropping to improve fruit productivity.  April 18, 2016.  University of Florida, Indian River Research and Education Center.  Ft. Pierce, Florida.

Intercropping to improve fruit productivity.  April 6, 2016.  Virginia Tech, Winchester, Alson H. Smith Jr AREC.  Winchester, Virginia.

Biodiversity in Agricultural Systems

Linking papaya horticulture to its ecophysiology.  2015.  Florida International University, Plant Seminar, Biology Department. February, Miami, Florida.

Linking papaya horticulture to its ecophysiology.  2015. University of Florida, Tropical Research and Education Center. May, Homestead, Florida.

The Devil’s in the Details: Exploring possible methods or root hair quantification. 2014. University of Florida.  Course taught by Diane Rowland. AGR4214 Physiology and Ecology of Crops / AGR 5444 Ecophysiology of Crop Production.

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