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Behaviour of greenhouse sweet pepper stored under cool conditions

, : Behaviour of greenhouse sweet pepper stored under cool conditions. Acta Horticulturae (58): 537-542

In a trial with 7 capsicum cvs kept at 8 deg -10 deg C, Du Danube and Cadice kept well for 30 days and the other cvs for at least 20 days; ascorbic acid content, however, declined. In a trial with Du Danube and Export cvs kept at different temperatures from 0 deg to 20 deg , the optimum temperature was 0 deg -4 deg ; at these temperatures Du Danube kept well for 40 days and Export for 35 days, compared with 30 and 20 days, respectively, at 8 deg -10 deg.

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