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The economical problems of apple storing

, : The economical problems of apple storing. Acta Horticulturae (77): 295-301

Cold storage capacity in Hungary is currently about 300,000 tons, of which 30% belongs to co-operatives. To fulfil export and domestic demand 50% of apples grown need to be stored, requiring 400,000 tons capacity in the period 1980-1985. There is about 200,000 tons modern storage facilities available; the remainder will have to be built by 1980. A survey of use of storage on state and co-operative farms showed losses of some 4 million ft due to lack of storage capacity.

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