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31st Annual
Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers
Conference

Mango Makers & Food Preservers

 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

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STEPHEN BRADY

 

Steve Brady is a retired internist and long-time tropical fruit grower. He planted his first lemon seed when he was 6 - first mango seed at 7 and has been collecting and growing all sorts of exotic fruits for 61 years now.  He has traveled widely in the tropics to collect new fruits out of markets and jungles. He helped to found the Naples Botanical Garden and served on its Collections Committee and for a number of years was the curator of the Tropical Fruit and Edible Plants Collection. He teaches an annual class on Mangoes for the UF/IFAS extension service as well as training classes for Master Gardeners.

CONFERENCE VIDEOS

CONFERENCE DOWNLOADS

Demonstrating Value Added Specialty Crops with Dehydration

Jane Tai

Mangoes 2021

Stephen Brady (Keynote Speaker)

Mango Rating Form

Stephen Brady (Keynote Speaker)

Different Mangoes

Mark Suiso, President Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers

Who is NASS?

Shawn Clark, State Statistician USDA

Expanding Hawaii Markets to the U.S. Mainland

Dorothy Altonga, USDA APHIS PPQ

Update on Distribution of BBTV-Resistant Banana Clones

Richard Manshardt, CTAHR/TPSS Dept., UH Manoa

Quarantine Updates 

Dr. Peter Follett, USDA-ARS

MANGO DISCUSSION AND Q&A SESSION