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Damage to fresh tomatoes can be reduced

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Richard F. MaCLeod, University of California
Adel A. Kader, University of California
Leonard L. Morris, University of California

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California Agriculture 30(12):10-12.

Published December 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Physical damage, which has a major effect on fruit quality and market loss of fresh market tomatoes, can occur throughout the distribution system between field and consumer. As part of an effort to improve retail quality of fresh tomatoes, studies were conducted to identify the type and amount of physical damage, factors that render fruits more susceptible to injury, and symptom development as related to temperature, storage, and fruit maturity.

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Damage to fresh tomatoes can be reduced

Richard F. MaCLeod, Adel A. Kader, Leonard L. Morris
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Damage to fresh tomatoes can be reduced

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Authors

Richard F. MaCLeod, University of California
Adel A. Kader, University of California
Leonard L. Morris, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(12):10-12.

Published December 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Physical damage, which has a major effect on fruit quality and market loss of fresh market tomatoes, can occur throughout the distribution system between field and consumer. As part of an effort to improve retail quality of fresh tomatoes, studies were conducted to identify the type and amount of physical damage, factors that render fruits more susceptible to injury, and symptom development as related to temperature, storage, and fruit maturity.

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