Cort Brazelton will participate in the September industry meeting in Agadir

The analyst is recognized as part of the history of the global blueberry industry, so his participation in the Agadir meeting will be a great contribution to Moroccan producers and exporters and great support for their industry.

Morocco is the obligatory destination of the international blueberry industry in September and almost everyone confirms their participation in the XXVIII International Blueberry Seminar that will take place this September 13 and 14 in the city of Agadir.

complete program

The program of the meeting, which includes the two days, is very complete and is totally focused on the problems that Moroccan producers face or will have to face, both in their productive activity and in the commercialization of the fruit in the world market.

For the development of each theme, leading specialists from the world in each discipline have been summoned. Highlighting the emphasis on the problem of crop costs and yields; the different factors linked to the management system in pots; pest control, especially Drosophila suzukii; the wide international offer of new genetic varieties; and the different technical and management aspects related to the physiological aspects of blueberries and berries in general.

Local and global analysis

Inaugurating the meeting, Cort Brazelton will participate especially, who will make a complete report on the global blueberry industry, also covering the behavior of the markets and the projections and tasks of the international industry for the short and medium term.

After this vision and global analysis, Amine Benanni will make a report on the current state and projections of blueberries in Morocco.

The researcher will give the talk: "Effects of radiation and excess heat on blueberries: background and mitigation strategies", in which he will face the problem and the strategic variants that can be developed to mitigate its impact.

Economic losses

We know that excessive heat causes damage to the development of the plant and the fruit, because the higher the heat there is more evaporation and less water absorption, which results in a weaker plant, with less dense foliage, which often in turn exposes the fruit to more radiation.

His presentation and analysis: “International blueberry situation”, will be very important for all those attending the meeting, who, in addition to the content and data delivered on the current situation of the blueberry market, will reveal the various strategies that the industry has planned to increase demand and raise the position of blueberries in the world market.

At the end of the presentation there will be an opportunity to deepen each of the aspects covered, participating in the round of questions that is scheduled.

The next XXVIII International Blueberry Seminar It will be held 13 and September 14 in the halls of Hotel Les Dunes D'or Center De Congrès, in the city of Agadir, Morocco.

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