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Effects of decrowning pineapple fruits and methyl bromide fumigation on some pests and fruits quality



Effects of decrowning pineapple fruits and methyl bromide fumigation on some pests and fruits quality



Proceedings of the 45th Kasetsart University Annual Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 30 January 2 February 2007 Subject: Plants: 671-677



To study the effects of decrowning pineapple fruits and methyl bromide (MB) fumigation on some pests and fruit quality, an experiment was conducted at Dole Thailand Ltd., Hua Hin, Prachuapkirikhan and Plant Pathology group, Plant Protection Research and Development Office during October 2003-September 2005. A completely randomized design was used with 4 replications.

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