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Effect of harvesting and handling on damage in canned kidney beans

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W. Mick Canevari, University of California
Robert G. Curley
Michael Murray
Clay Brooks
Gerald Knutson

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California Agriculture 43(3):32-34.

Published May 01, 1989

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Abstract

Kidney beans become very susceptible to mechanical damage at moisture levels below 11.5% to 12%. It is important, therefore, to harvest early at higher moisture and to minimize mechanical impact during threshing and warehousing operations.

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The authors thank the California Dry Bean Advisory Board; Bob Stewart, California Crop Improvement Association; Dan Traine and Ann Messenger, S & W Foods; Vern Gogna, John Chiappe, and Richard Bozzano, San Joaquin County Grower Cooperators; Bob Mulhardt, Stockton District Kidney Bean Association; Rudy Chavarria Cooperative Extension Field Technician; and Bill Isom, Cooperative Extension Agronomy Specialist.

Effect of harvesting and handling on damage in canned kidney beans

W. Mick Canevari, Robert G. Curley, Michael Murray, Clay Brooks, Gerald Knutson
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Effect of harvesting and handling on damage in canned kidney beans

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

W. Mick Canevari, University of California
Robert G. Curley
Michael Murray
Clay Brooks
Gerald Knutson

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(3):32-34.

Published May 01, 1989

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Kidney beans become very susceptible to mechanical damage at moisture levels below 11.5% to 12%. It is important, therefore, to harvest early at higher moisture and to minimize mechanical impact during threshing and warehousing operations.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank the California Dry Bean Advisory Board; Bob Stewart, California Crop Improvement Association; Dan Traine and Ann Messenger, S & W Foods; Vern Gogna, John Chiappe, and Richard Bozzano, San Joaquin County Grower Cooperators; Bob Mulhardt, Stockton District Kidney Bean Association; Rudy Chavarria Cooperative Extension Field Technician; and Bill Isom, Cooperative Extension Agronomy Specialist.


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