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Investigation of spoilage microflora in selected apple cultivars during storage

, : Investigation of spoilage microflora in selected apple cultivars during storage. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 26(2): 347-356

Penicillium expansum, Cladosporium herbarum, C. sphaerospermum and Alternaria alternata were the most common decay fungi isolated from stored Starking and Golden Delicious apples. Other P., C. and A. spp. were also detected. Of 6 fungicides tested, Benlate and Orthocide gave the best decay control.

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