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Estimation of yield losses due to abiotic stresses during post-harvest processing of rapeseed-mustard. I - Losses due to shattering and during threshing, cleaning and transportation



Estimation of yield losses due to abiotic stresses during post-harvest processing of rapeseed-mustard. I - Losses due to shattering and during threshing, cleaning and transportation



Farm Science Journal 14(2): 59-60



Experiments were conducted to assess the losses made in rapeseed-mustard due to different post-harvest practices carried out at 12 villages, five mandies, five store houses and five expelling units. Results revealed that there are huge avoidable losses during different stages of post harvest processing. It has been observed that the type of losses vary from stage to stage and also farmers are responsible for maximum loss of mustard (shattering) among the different processing stages.

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