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Air transit of perishables: Provides wider distribution, out-of-season markets, improved eating quality for some fruits and vegetables

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L. L. Claypool, University of California College of Agriculture
L. L. Morris, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(6):6-15.

Published June 01, 1952

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Air transportation—because time is an important factor in the effective marketing of certain fruit and vegetable crops—may provide an important service in the distribution of perishable products.

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The above article is a condensation of the more detailed report: Air Transportation of Fruits, Vegetables and Cut Flowers: Temperature and Humidity Requirements and Perishable Nature. L. L. Claypool, L. L. Morris, W. T. Pentzer, and W. R. Barger, U.S.D.A., H. T. & S. Office Report No. 258

Air transit of perishables: Provides wider distribution, out-of-season markets, improved eating quality for some fruits and vegetables

L. L. Claypool, L. L. Morris
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Air transit of perishables: Provides wider distribution, out-of-season markets, improved eating quality for some fruits and vegetables

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Authors

L. L. Claypool, University of California College of Agriculture
L. L. Morris, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(6):6-15.

Published June 01, 1952

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Air transportation—because time is an important factor in the effective marketing of certain fruit and vegetable crops—may provide an important service in the distribution of perishable products.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above article is a condensation of the more detailed report: Air Transportation of Fruits, Vegetables and Cut Flowers: Temperature and Humidity Requirements and Perishable Nature. L. L. Claypool, L. L. Morris, W. T. Pentzer, and W. R. Barger, U.S.D.A., H. T. & S. Office Report No. 258


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