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Onion respiration during long-term-storage

Acta Horticulturae (38): 127-129
Onion respiration during long-term-storage
Onions, Rijnsburger, treated with MH or not treated were held at ambient temperatures from harvest until January and then stored at 2 or 6 deg C until July.

Accession: 000153234

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