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Tradecorp at the MRDBS Annual seminar in Pune (India)

From 27th-29th August, 2017, Tradecorp will be present at the MRDBS Annual Seminar, an event focused on the table grapes market and held by the Maharashtra State Grape Growers Association.

Additionally, the seminar will host an exhibition area where you can come to our booth to learn more about Tradecorp and the solutions we can provide to maximize the potential of your crops. Our technical experts will be glad to assist you and offer their professional and personalized advice.

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Cathal Daynes, at the MRDBS Annual seminar 2017

Cathal Daynes, PhD Agronomist, Tradecorp’s Technical Product Manager in Asia Pacific, will give several presentations at the MRDBS Annual Table Grape seminar 2017. He is with the company since 2014 and previous to this his background is in plant physiology and soil sciences including commercial and research experience in Europe, the USA, Australia and Asia. He has direct experience in table grape in Australia, India, China and South Korea.

His series of talks at the event will cover the following topics:

  • Soil Structure and Soil Health
  • Management of Abiotic Stress in Table Grape vines
  • Understanding seaweed products and their role in Table Grape nutrition and husbandry
  • Salinity Management

 

About the Maharashtra State Grape Growers Association

The Maharashtra State Grape Growers Association was established in 1960, originally at Baramati for the sole purpose of addressing the problems of Grape growers on a single platform. The main objectives of the association were to provide technical back up to growers by means of service, seminars… and importing new technologies and research which were at the moment not available in India. The organization today has 27,000 registered members, accounting for approximately 80,000 hectares of land under grape gardens.

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