Handling, Transportation, and Storage of Fruits and Vegetables: Fruits and tree nuts

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AVI Publishing Company, 1972 - Fruit - 545 pages
Fruit physiology after harvest; Modern harvest methods; The packing house; Quality measurement, granding and inspection; Containers for shipment; Packages for the consumer; Origin, characteristics and requirements of deciduos tree fruits; Origins, characteristics and requirements of grapes and other small fruits; origins, characteristics and requirements of subtropical fruits; Origins, characteristics and requirements of tree nuts; Treatment before shipment or storage; Coventional refrigerated storage; Controlled atmosphere storage of apples and pears; Transportation by rail and highway; Transportation by air and sea; Diseases and injuries of deciduous-tree fruits during marketing; Diseases and injuries of small fruits during marketing; Diseases and injuries of subtropical fruits during marketing.

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Contents

FRUIT PHYSIOLOGY AFTER HARVEST
1
MODERN HARVEST METHODS
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THE PACKING HOUSE
64
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