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IFTA 2020 Summer Study Tour WA

The July 2020 IFTA Summer Study Tour has been cancelled. 

IFTA in ITALY - November 13-22, 2020

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IFTA is headed to Northern Italy for an educational Study Tour November 13—22, 2020. The 9-night tour features 3-nights in Bologna, 2-nights in Venice-Mestre, 3-nights in Bolzano, and 1 night at an airport hotel (your choice: Venice, Bologna or Milan).

Highlights:

  • Attend two world-class trade shows: EIMA in Bologna and Interpoma in Bolzano
  • Visit orchards in Ferrara, Vicenza and Trento
  • Fun sightseeing and terrific Italian cuisine throughout

The tour is priced at $2,700 per traveler for double occupancy or $3,500 per person for single occupancy. Registration will open February 24, 2020.

For more information visit:  www.iftatravel.com 

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Thank you for contributing to the IFTA Research Foundation!

Thank you to all who have contributed to the Research Foundation this year, whether for current research projects and operation or to the permanent endowment fund.

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The IFTA Research Foundation provided grant money to six research projects awarded by the IFTA Research Committee for fruit tree research.

As the Foundation continues to build the permanent endowment, returns from that investment will be able to fund future research projects.

With your help, our organization will continue to be the leading international organization advancing intensive orchard systems.

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The IFTA Research Foundation provides grant money for research projects. Current projects include work on Apple Rootstock; Sweet Cherry Production Physiology, Orchard Technologies and Efficiencies; High-Density Planting Systems and more. As the Foundation continues to build the permanent endowment, returns from that investment will be able to fund future research projects.

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