The members of the Postharvest Pathology Committee study microorganisms causing losses of fruits and vegetables in storage, develop strategies to reduce these losses, and improve food quality and safety. Members assist in developing international trade agreements while protecting our homeland agriculture. Members are involved in 1) pest risk assessments; 2) development of new fungicides and biological controls; 3) identification of MRLs and assisting regulators in domestic and international markets (CODEX); and 4) the preservation of food safety.
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