Fresh Produce

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all related to the fresh fruit and vegetable industry

Comportamiento de siete cultivares de Allium cepa L. ante diferentes niveles de estrés salino

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Se evaluó el comportamiento de siete genotipos de cebolla ante la salinidad a partir de la fase de trasplante. El estrés salino se indujo adicionando al sustrato de arena una solución de CaSO4, MgSO4 y NaCl (1:2,5:3) en diferentes concentraciones que permitieron alcanzar conductividades eléctricas (CE) de 6, 8 y 10 dS·m-1, respectivamente, manteniendo un tratamiento control.

Authors: 
G. García
Authors: 
M. García
Authors: 
H. Ramírez
Publisher: 
Bioagro
Year: 
2,015

Nitrógeno, distancia entre surcos, rendimiento y productividad del agua en dos cultivares de frijol

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El manejo de las prácticas agrícolas se ha considerado una estrategia para incrementar el rendimiento del frijol.

Authors: 
J. A. Escalante-Estrada
Authors: 
M. T. Rodríguez-González
Authors: 
Y. I. Escalante-Estrada
Publisher: 
Bioagro
Year: 
2,015

Effect of Wrapping Materials and Cold Storage Durations on Quality of Plum (cv. Shablon)

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This study was conducted on the effect of wrapping material and cold storage duration on plum (cv. Shablon) during cold storage at -1°C temperature and 98% relative humidity. Three wrapping materials (news paper + straw, kraft paper and kraft paper + straw) and five cold storage durations (0, 8, 16, 24 and 32-day) were investigated for some quality characteristics of plum including water content, total soluble solids (TSS) and firmness. The experiment was laid out in Factorial Completely Randomized Design (FCRD) with four replications for each one of factors.

Authors: 
Fariborz Naserzaeim
Authors: 
Majid Rashidi
Authors: 
Saeed Sayfzadeh
Publisher: 
Agricultural Engineering Research Journal
Year: 
2,015

Postharvest cooling and handling of field- and greenhouse-grown tomatoes

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Although considered a vegetable by most people, tomatoes are actually the fruit of several plants of the genus Lycopersicon. Tomatoes are one of the leading produce items in the United States in terms of value and volume consumes. Preserving the quality of the fruit from vine to consumer is essential to successful marketing. This fact sheet describes harvesting, handling, storage, and packaging procedures that will help maintain fruit quality. It also discusses the economic aspects of marketing the crop.

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Authors: 
M.D. Boyette
Authors: 
D.C. Sanders
Authors: 
E.A. Estes
Publisher: 
North Carolina State University

Seguridad alimentaria en productos precortados frescos

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Authors: 
Jesús Pérez Aparicio
Authors: 
M. Ángeles Toledano Medina
Authors: 
Vanesa Rodríguez Partida
Publisher: 
Junta de Andalucía
Year: 
2,009

Tolerance of Sugar Snap Peas to Modified Atmospheres with High Concentrations of Carbon Dioxide

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Authors: 
M. Cantwell
Authors: 
M. Saltveit
Publisher: 
Acta Horticulturae
Year: 
2,015

Tolerance of Grape Tomatoes to Controlled Atmospheres at Low Temperature

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Authors: 
M. Cantwell
Authors: 
M. Saltveit
Publisher: 
Acta Horticulturae
Year: 
2,015

Compositional and Marketable Quality of Fresh-Cut Florets of Four Specialty Brassicas in Relation to Controlled Atmosphere Storage

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Authors: 
M. Cefola
Authors: 
B. Pace
Authors: 
G. Colelli
Authors: 
M. Cantwell
Publisher: 
Acta Horticulturae
Year: 
2,015

Postharvest management of New Zealand flower thrips on export apricots using ethyl formate

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Authors: 
S.P. Redpath
Authors: 
A. Wilson
Authors: 
L.E. Jamieson
Authors: 
N.E.M. Page-Weir
Authors: 
M.J. Griffin
Authors: 
A. Chhagan
Authors: 
B. Hamilton
Publisher: 
New Zealand Plant Protection
Year: 
2,014

Manual práctico para la producción, cosecha y manejo poscosecha del cultivo de granadilla

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El origen de la granadilla es América Tropical, por lo que se puede encontrar en forma silvestre desde México hasta Venezuela, y de Perú a Bolivia.

Authors: 
María del Milagro Cerdas Araya
Authors: 
Juan José Castro Retana
Publisher: 
Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería & Universidad de Costa Rica
Year: 
2,003
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