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[WEBINAR RECORDING] Making “Light Work” of Kiwifruit Maturity Testing

Non-destructive NIR technology is providing orchardists and QA personnel with a reliable, accurate method of self-assessment for harvest and post-harvest decision making. Offering immediate results, this technology allows growers to consistently monitor maturity throughout the growing season, eliminating the need for early lab testing. Request a quote: https://felixinstruments.com/request-pricing/ Schedule a consultation: https://outlook.office365.com /owa/calendar/CIDBioscience

[WEBINAR RECORDING] Haciendo de la Prueba de Madurez del Kiwi un “Trabajo Sencillo”

La tecnología NIR no destructiva está proporcionando a los Fruticultores y al personal de Control de Calidad un método confiable y preciso de autoevaluación para la toma de decisiones de cosecha y poscosecha. Esta tecnología, que ofrece resultados inmediatos, permite a los productores supervisar la madurez de forma sistemática a lo largo de la temporada… Continue reading…

Grade “A” Apples: Water Relations in Apple Rootstocks and Scion Influence Fruit Yield and Quality

Rootstocks could influence not only yield and vigor, but also water relations in scions. Water relations in rootstocks and scions play an important role in growing apple trees. However, it is not clear if hydraulics is influenced by xylem vessels’ characteristics and how it happens. Knowing more could help in finding apple rootstocks better suited… Continue reading…

Dry Matter: The Key to Kiwifruit

Kiwifruit has become commercially popular world-wide in the past four decades. The growing demand makes long transport and storage times inevitable. Dry matter is a reliable parameter to control harvest time and quality for many fruits. In the case of kiwifruits, dry matter provides additional insights that have helped to shape best practices for kiwifruit… Continue reading…