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Effect of storage temperature on Encore mandarin quality

Effect of storage temperature on Encore mandarin quality

Acta Horticulturae ( 379): 475-482

Mature mandarin Encore fruits were harvested at the end of Mar. and either disinfected with thiabendazole (TBZ, 500 p.p.m. for 3 min), disinfected with TBZ and sprayed with 1% Vapor Gard or not disinfected. Fruits were then stored at 2, 4, 7 or 10 degrees C and 90% RH for 8 weeks followed by 7 days simulated shelf life (20 degrees and 60-70% RH) or in standard storehouse conditions (10-13 degrees and 70-80% RH) for 3 weeks.

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