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Basic information for the integrated management of scald, a physiological disorder of apples and pears


, : Basic information for the integrated management of scald, a physiological disorder of apples and pears. Revista Fruticola 16(3): 89-95

Scald in apples and pears is discussed, covering: symptoms, causes, factors influencing scald (degree of ripeness, environmental conditions, natural antioxidants) and control of scald (antioxidants, controlled atmospheres, growth regulators, integrated control). The main theory of the cause of the disorder involves the accumulation and oxidation of alpha -farnesene to conjugated trienes. Chilling stress and fruit senescence promote scald.


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