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Oxygen in Post Harvest: Monitoring & Control

The rate of post-harvest respiration is one of the primary physiological processes monitored during storage, transport, handling, sorting, and sales to ensure the quality of fresh produce and to cut losses. Measuring levels of oxygen is one of the methods used to assess respiration. There are many methods of gas analysis that are used in… Continue reading…

NIR Applications in Agriculture – Everything You Need to Know for 2020

Farmers need non-destructive, accurate, rapid, and user-friendly tools to use on the farm to give them detailed information on the physical and chemical properties of crops at every stage of their growth. They also need to monitor the maturity and quality of their products. Quality control also continues beyond the farm and is necessary for… Continue reading…

WEBINAR: Invisible Forces: Innovative Uses of Gas Analysis in Cold Storage, Ripening and Food Innovation

View the webinar slides below: Invisible Forces: Innovative Uses of Gas Analysis in Cold Storage, Ripening and Food Innovation from CID Bio-Science