Книга: Hitesh Senjaliya and R. R. Viradiya «Shelf life and quality of Tomato fruits during storage with chemicals»

Shelf life and quality of Tomato fruits during storage with chemicals

Производитель: "LAP Lambert Academic Publishing"

Tomato is highly perishable vegetable, quality of tomato deteriorates as shelf life expands. Its storage can fetch higher price to the farmers. This book deals with the shelf life study of tomato with various chemicals. Physical parameters like physiological weight loss, spoilage, shelf life, marketable fruits, firmness, organoleptic test like fruit color, pulp color and taste, Biochemical parameters like Total Soluble Solids, Reducing sugar, Total sugar, Acidity Ascorbic acid etc. are examined with various chemical like KMnO4&gibberellic acid and plant extract Bael Leaf Extract treatment. treatment of KMnO4 2000 ppm + 2% Bael Leaf Extract was most effective for reducing fruit ripening, increasing shelf life, fruit quality and marketability in tomato during summer as well as kharif season. The book is useful for the students, Researchers, private entrepreneurs. ISBN:9783659424212

Издательство: "LAP Lambert Academic Publishing" (2013)

ISBN: 9783659424212

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