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BerryQuest International 2018 | Speakers – Max Edgley
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Max Edgley


Max is a PhD candidate at the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture in Hobart. His research focus is the mechanisms and causes of red drupelet disorder in fresh blackberries, aiming to reduce the impact of the disorder on post-harvest fruit quality.


Originally from Launceston, he completed a Bachelor of Agricultural Science with Honours at the University of Tasmania focusing on raspberry production, and has previously worked in the Tasmanian nursery industry.