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Evaluation of production quality and fitness of new hot peppers for storage


, : Evaluation of production quality and fitness of new hot peppers for storage. Acta Horticulturae (58): 491-494

Capsicums, cvs Ducale 685-75 and Bolit and several hybrids, at 2 maturity stages, were held at room temperature (22 deg -25 deg C) for up to 42 days, or they were kept in perforated polyethylene bags at 8 deg -9 deg for 25 days, or they were kept at 8 deg -9 deg for 2 days followed by 22 deg -25 deg for 21 days. The best results were obtained with Ducale 685-75 and 145-73.


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