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A possibility of reducing core brownness and other physiological storage diseases in apples by interim warming

, : A possibility of reducing core brownness and other physiological storage diseases in apples by interim warming. Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des Alten Landes (8): 262-273

Interim warming of stored fruit was found significantly to reduce the level of diseases in both controlled atmosphere and cool stores. Different cultivars benefited most from differing max. temperatures at varying stages in the storage process and examples are given. Temp. rises of 12 deg C or less usually had to be repeated if treatment was to be effective.

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