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Ethylene scrubbing is favourable for storage quality


, : Ethylene scrubbing is favourable for storage quality. Fruitteelt Den Haag 82(42): 14-15

Apple Elstar and pear Conference fruits from several orchards were stored in different O2 and CO2 concentrations, with or without CO2 scrubbers. For the apples, the O2 concentration was 1.3% and the CO2 concentration 2.4% in each storage chamber. For the pears, the O2 concentration was 6% with ethylene scrubbing and either 6 or 3% without ethylene scrubbing; CO2 concentration was 0.65%.

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