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Symposium on vegetable storage

, : Symposium on vegetable storage. Acta Horticulturae (38): 606

At this symposium, held at Weihenstephan in September 1973, 44 papers were presented, of which 30 have been abstracted separately. The remainder include: Automatic logging of temperature and humidity data during vegetable drying and storage experiments, by W.G. Tucker; Equipment for recording low air velocities in storage rooms, by P. Roer; The performance of an ice bank cooling system for use in vegetable storage, by R.T. Lindsay, M.A. Neale and H.J.M.

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