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Optimum time for olive harvest: Fruit size and texture at harvest have important influence on the quality of black-ripe and green-ripe processed olives

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H. T. Hartmann, University of California, Davis.
Marion Simone, University of California, Davis.
R. H. Vaughn, University of California, Davis.
E. C. Maxie, University of California, Davis.

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California Agriculture 13(10):4-10.

Published October 01, 1959

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Studies conducted for three years, with several varieties of olives, were designed to determine the stage of fruit maturity at harvest that would result in the highest quality of black-ripe and green-ripe processed fruit.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1301.

Optimum time for olive harvest: Fruit size and texture at harvest have important influence on the quality of black-ripe and green-ripe processed olives

H. T. Hartmann, Marion Simone, R. H. Vaughn, E. C. Maxie
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Optimum time for olive harvest: Fruit size and texture at harvest have important influence on the quality of black-ripe and green-ripe processed olives

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Authors

H. T. Hartmann, University of California, Davis.
Marion Simone, University of California, Davis.
R. H. Vaughn, University of California, Davis.
E. C. Maxie, University of California, Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(10):4-10.

Published October 01, 1959

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Studies conducted for three years, with several varieties of olives, were designed to determine the stage of fruit maturity at harvest that would result in the highest quality of black-ripe and green-ripe processed fruit.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1301.


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