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Quality study on strawberries: Experiments with Shasta berries show harvested fruit should be protected against the effects of high field temperatures

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E. C. Maxie, University of California, Davis.
F. Gordon Mitchell, University of California, Davis.
Arthur Greathead, University of California, Monterey County.

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California Agriculture 13(1):6-6.

Published January 01, 1959

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The following article is the first of two reports on Quality Studies with Strawberries. The second article will appear in the near future.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1656.

Quality study on strawberries: Experiments with Shasta berries show harvested fruit should be protected against the effects of high field temperatures

E. C. Maxie, F. Gordon Mitchell, Arthur Greathead
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Quality study on strawberries: Experiments with Shasta berries show harvested fruit should be protected against the effects of high field temperatures

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Authors

E. C. Maxie, University of California, Davis.
F. Gordon Mitchell, University of California, Davis.
Arthur Greathead, University of California, Monterey County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(1):6-6.

Published January 01, 1959

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The following article is the first of two reports on Quality Studies with Strawberries. The second article will appear in the near future.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1656.


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