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New Bulletins in Fruit & Vegetable Production

  Abstract: Sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) is an herbaceous plant belonging to family Chenopodiaceae, also known as the goosefoot family. Sugar beet plant consists of three parts, namely crown, neck and root. The crown produces leaves and the root stores the sugar. About 30% of world sugar...
  Abstract: Quinoa belongs to family Chenopodiaceae and is related to well-known agricultural crops such as sugar beet (Beta vulgaris), spinach (Spinacia oleracea) and amaranth and is known to be an integral food grain source in the Andean region, from where it spread to other regions and...
  Introduction: Table grapes have become a very popular fruit in the United States. Annual per capita consumption of table grapes in the United States has quadrupled over the past quarter century. It now exceeds 7 pounds per person, and grapes rank fourth after bananas, apples and oranges....
El objetivo del presente estudio fue identificar las zonas de trabajo del conjunto tractor agrícola con implemento (caso de un tractor Massey Ferguson 592T, con una rastra de discos de tiro axial) para los esquemas de tracción 4x2 y 4x4, posiciones de la caja de cambio de velocidades...

New Bulletins in Fresh Produce

  Introduction: Table grapes have become a very popular fruit in the United States. Annual per capita consumption of table grapes in the United States has quadrupled over the past quarter century. It now exceeds 7 pounds per person, and grapes rank fourth after bananas, apples and oranges....
Nopal (edible cactus stems, Opuntia spp.) is consumed and produced in México and the selection criteria for its export include only color, size and the absence of deformations seen by producers at the time of harvest. The objective of this study was to evaluate the physical and chemical...
El nopal verdura (Opuntia spp.) se consume y produce en México y los criterios de selección para su exportación incluyen únicamente el color, el tamaño y la ausencia de deformaciones visualizadas por los productores al momento de la cosecha. El objetivo de este...
  This protocol seeks to provide a standard methodology for the experimentation and assessment of Dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus (Haw.)) in the collaborative project funded by the New Zealand ADAF project (Vietnam Quarantine Barriers Assignment). This will aid in the exchange of information...