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Comparative effects of chilling injury on three cultivars of tomatoes harvested at mature-green stage



Comparative effects of chilling injury on three cultivars of tomatoes harvested at mature-green stage



Gartenbauwissenschaft 39(2): 191-198



Fruits of Pritchard, Moneymaker and Victory harvested at the mature-green stage were held continuously at room temperature (control) or held for 4, 8 or 12 days at 0 deg C before removal to room temperature or for 16 days at 5, 10 or 15 deg before removal to room temperature. In general the 2 small-fruited cvs Victory and Moneymaker had a longer shelf life than Pritchard. Fruits of all 3 cvs were susceptible to chilling injury when held below 10 deg.

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