Our mission for the Stone Fruit Research and Extension program is to help expand the Florida stone fruit industry by conducting appropriate research and extension projects. We welcome feedback and industry participation.
I am responsible for maintaining an active research program in optimizing stone fruit production practices, including crop load management, efficient production practices and nutrition management. I work with various UF/IFAS stations around the state and with several multi-county extension agents to address establishment and production issues in stone fruit. I am also responsible for effective communication transfer of research results and improvements in stone fruit production with the goal of expanding a competitive stone fruit industry in Florida.
Moshe started as a biological scientist in the summer of 2015. He has a M.S. degree in soil and water science from the University of Florida.
Elizabeth graduated with her M.S. degree in December 2016, and now works for a private berry company in California.