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Studies on the storage of fruits and vegetables. II. The keeping quality of some vegetables packed in plastic bags



Studies on the storage of fruits and vegetables. II. The keeping quality of some vegetables packed in plastic bags



J. Jap. Soc. hort. Sci, 37: 261-6. bibl. 20



Experiments were conducted to examine the effects of the products (peas in pods, kidney beans, lettuce and bell peppers) in each bag, of the type and thickness of the plastic film and of the replacement of air in the bags with inert gases (N2 and CO2) at the time of sealing on the composition of the atmosphere in the bag during storage.

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