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Efecto de Las Aguas Residualnes Tratadas Sobre El Crecimiento, Fotosíntesis y Rendimiento en Vides Tempranillo (Vitis vinifera) en Baja California, México

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Authors: 
Dinora Acosta-Zamorano
Authors: 
Víctor Macías-Carranza
Authors: 
Leopoldo Mendoza-Espinosa
Authors: 
Alejandro Cabello-Pasini
Publisher: 
Agrociencia
Year: 
2,013

Commercial Crop Guide Collands & Kale

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Table of Contents:

  • Varieties 
  • Soil preferences
  • Optimum growing conditions
  • Establishment methods
  • Fertility/fertilization
  • Water/irrigation
  • Pest management 
  • Harvest
  • Transit condition
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Commercial Crop Guide Collands & Kale
Publisher: 
Agrilife Extension Texas A&M System

The Use of High Tunnels to Produce Fruit and Vegetable Crops in North America

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Authors: 
Rhonda R. Janke
Authors: 
May Elfar Altamimi
Authors: 
Mumtaz Khan
Publisher: 
Agricultural Sciences
Year: 
2,017

Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness Associated with Common Berries, 1983 through May 2013

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Authors: 
M. Palumbo
Authors: 
L. J. Harris
Authors: 
M. D. Danyluk
Publisher: 
IFAS Extension, University of Florida
Year: 
2,013

Growth of Salmonella enterica in Foliar Pesticide Solutions and Its Survival during Field Production and Postharvest Handling of Fresh Market Tomato

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Aims: To evaluate in vitro the growth kinetics of Salmonella enterica in pesticide solutions labelled for fresh market tomato and the effect of ag-chemical application with contaminated water to tomatoes during field production.

Authors: 
G. Lopez-Velasco
Authors: 
A. Tomas-Callejas
Authors: 
D. Diribsa
Authors: 
P. Wei
Authors: 
T.V. Suslow
Publisher: 
Journal of Applied Microbiology
Year: 
2,013

Evaluation of Microbial Loads and The Effects of Antimicrobial Sprays in Postharvest Handling of California Walnuts

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Authors: 
John C. Frelka
Authors: 
Linda J. Harris
Publisher: 
Food Microbiology
Year: 
2,014

Cross Contamination of Escherichia coli O157:H7 Between Lettuce and Wash Water during Home-scale Washing

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Authors: 
Dane A. Jensen
Authors: 
Loretta M. Friedrich
Authors: 
Linda J. Harris
Authors: 
Michelle D. Danyluk
Authors: 
Donald W. Schaffner
Publisher: 
Food Microbiology
Year: 
2,015

Commercial Crop Guides: Carrot

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Table of contents:

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  • Optimum growing condition
  • Establishment methods
  • Fertility/Fertilization
  • Water/Irrigation
  • Pest management
  • Carrot diseases and common name of fungicidal controls 
  • Carrot insect pests and common name of insecticidal controls 
  • Weeds and common names of herbicidal controls
  • Harvest
  • Transit and conditions
  • Comments/Production keys

 

Authors: 
Joe Masabni
Publisher: 
Texas Agrilife Extension Services
Year: 
2,017

Commercial Crop Guides: Celery

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Table of contents:

  • Varieties
  • Soil preferences
  • Optimum growing condition
  • Establishment methods
  • Fertility/Fertilization
  • Water/Irrigation
  • Pest management
  • Celery insect pests and common name of insecticidal controls 
  • Weeds and common names of herbicidal controls
  • Harvest
  • Transit and conditions

 

 

Authors: 
Joe Masabni
Publisher: 
Texas Agrilife Extension Services
Year: 
2,012

Extraction and Characterization of Proanthocyanidins from Grape Seeds

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Grape seed contains many polyphenolic compounds that have potential health-promoting benefits. Among the-se compounds are proanthocyanidins, also known as condensed tannins, which is a class of flavanols. The basic structural building blocks of flavanols are polyhydroxyflavan-3-ol units linked together by C-C bonds. They are widely distributed in plants but grape seed has very high contents. This study examined extraction and purification technologies for obtain-ing proanthocyanidins from grape seeds and analytical methods and tools for characterizing them.

Authors: 
Sean X. Liu
Authors: 
Elizabeth White
Publisher: 
The Open Food Science Journal
Year: 
2,012
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