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Reviving Rambutan: Practical Treatment Assessment with Gas Analysis

Posted by: Scott Trimble
June 17, 2021

Several physiological processes, including respiration, affect the quality and shelf life of fruit. The tropical fruit rambutan is an important cash crop. However, little research has been done on improving their postharvest quality. Recently, a group of scientists endeavored to ...

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Kiwifruit: From Blossom to Stem

Posted by: Scott Trimble
June 10, 2021

Kiwifruit is a relatively new commodity on the world stage, only growing popular within the last seventy years. These days, however, the fruit’s popularity and importance in international trade are well established, leading to increasing cultivation in reigons around the ...

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Respiration and Pest Management in Grain Storage

Posted by: Scott Trimble
June 3, 2021

Developing countries lose disproportionate amounts of grain due to insect attacks during storage. In the search for efficient solutions suitable for varying budgets, a team of Indian scientists investigated grain storage methods for black gram crops. Since respiration is the ...

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FRUITNIR-GUI: Helping Users Improve Model Performance

Posted by: Scott Trimble
May 25, 2021

As the use of precision technology increases in food production, it is necessary to ensure that the devices are adapted to the entire range of environmental conditions under which a single fruit is grown. A new, free software makes it ...

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Predictive Modeling for Palmer Mango | NIRS & Mango Maturity

Posted by: Scott Trimble
May 14, 2021

Mango varieties are exported around the world for their special flavors. A mango that is not ripe and sweet will not meet consumer expectations, regardless of how exotic the variety is.

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