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An Overview of Postharvest Biology and Technology of Fruits and Vegetables Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Chun-Ta Wu.
[[abstract]]Harvested fresh fruits and vegetables are living products. They are characterized by high moisture content, active metabolism, and tender texture; as a consequence, significant losses resulting in senescence, desiccation, physiological disorders, mechanical injuries, and microbial spoilages occur at any point from harvest through utilization. The main objective of postharvest technology is to restrict deterioration of produce along the postharvest chain, and to ensure that maximum quality value for the produce is achieved. Temperature management and dehydration control are the essential and the two most important strategies to extend shelf life and retain quality of horticultural perishables. The other supplements such as controlled atmospheres...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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An Overview on Postharvest Sector in Jordan Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Mohammad awaidah.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Application of Postharvest Technologies for Fruit Crops in Taiwan Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Huey-Ling Lin; Ching-Chang Shiesh.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Application of Postharvest Technologies for Vegetable Crops in Taiwan Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Tsu-Tsuen Wang.
[[abstract]]The production of vegetables in Taiwan has the following characteristics: year-round production, multiple weather conditions, plentiful in species, and small farm system. Vegetable production and marketing teams are formed by growers that produce same kinds of vegetable in a region. It is a very common type of professional vegetable grower’s organization. They market their products under the same brand name by cooperative marketing. Due to faulty handling systems, vegetable crops suffered significant losses after shipment to Taipei in the 80’s. The recognition and application of postharvest technology in the late 80’s helped to improve the quality of vegetables and reduced the losses. The development of precooling methods, from top-icing and...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Best Practices for Efficient Postharvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables for Higher Value Addition and Profitability Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Syed Mohammed Ilyas.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Development and Application of Citrus Storage Technologies with Concurrent Consideration of Fruit Quality Preservation, Energy Use, and Costs Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Fu-Wen Liu.
[[abstract]]Three varieties of citrus fruits, namely: ‘Liucheng’ orange (Citrus sinensis), ‘Ponkan’ mandarin (C. reticulata) and ‘Tankan’ tangor (C. reticulata × C. sinensis) are grown in large quantities in Taiwan. They have the potential to be stored for several months under proper conditions. Desirable temperature for long-term storage is 15℃, but the fruits can tolerate short spans of lower non-freezing temperatures. High relative humidity (85 – 95%) is desirable if the fruits are not kept in plastic bags. Many pre-harvest factors and pre-storage treatments can affect the storability and post-storage quality of the fruits. Although refrigerated storage is most reliable for quality preservation and storage loss control for the fruits, it may only be...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Post-harvest Losses of Fruits and Vegetables in Zambia Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Adrian Phiri.
[[abstract]]In Zambia, fruits and vegetables play a major role in the diets of most low income households. They are also a good source of essential vitamins and minerals and indeed the source of livelihood. The production and processing of fruits are labour intensive and affected by the challenge of lack of adequate water supply. A lot of people are involved in the marketing and trading of fruits to earn income. Fruits, especially indigenous species are well adapted and can ensure household food security during periods of natural disasters such as droughts. However, the challenge is the high post-harvest losses incurred due to climatic conditions and handling of the produce before consumption. This paper gives an overview of the fruit and vegetables...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Post-Harvest Profile in Sultanate of Oman Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Rashid AL-Shukili.
[[abstract]]To control the fruit and vegetables crops quality, knowledge and understanding of fruit and vegetables crops postharvest behavior and characteristics are necessary. Sultanate of Oman give considerable attention to the cultivation and development of fruit and vegetables crops. Ministry of Agriculture developing different research programs that aiming to improve productivity and quality of fruit and vegetable crops. The ministry of Agriculture also aimed to reach sustainable production of some important crops like date palm, banana and tomato. In addition, it contribute to the farmers by providing information knowledge of modern agriculture techniques and introducing high yielding varieties.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Residues Control by Using Rapid Bioassay of Pesticide Residues (RBPR) for Market Inspection and Farm Education Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Ching-Hua Kao; Yu-Shih Hsieh; Ming-Yaw Chiang; Yu-Bing Huang.
[[abstract]]Following the execution of residue control program using housefly bioassay technique during 1964-1987, Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute has renovated and implemented a rapid bioassay method since 1985. The established rapid bioassay of pesticide residues (RBPR) system is aiming at detecting the noxious organ phosphorus, carbamate insecticides as well as ethylene bisdithiocarbamate fungicides using housefly acetylcholinesterase and Bacillus thuringiensis as the probes. Standard assay procedures have been developed to detect the residues on fruits, vegetables, rice, tea, spices, etc., and are able to complete 50 shipments within 4-6 hours. In Taiwan, more than 300 RBPR stations inspect a half million agricultural products annually, and have...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Some Horticultural Post Harvest Aspects in Sudan with Special Focus to Banana Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Mohamed A. Imam; Hind A. Elbashir.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Status Report on Fruits and Vegetables Production and Processing Industry in Sudan Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Hind A. Elbashir; Mohamed A. Imam.
[[abstract]]Sudan has a great potential to produce good quality fruits and vegetables. This is because of its large areas of fertile soil, abundant amount of water from rivers, rains and underground water, suitable wide range of climate which allow variability of crops. Studies showed high losses (30→40%) of fruits and vegetables during harvesting, transport and handling. These losses add to the cost of production and have negative impact on marketing and hence national economy. Therefore adoption of proper post-harvest techniques, investment in the infrastructure and post-harvest technology should be established.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Technology on Reducing Post-harvest and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables in Kenya Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Severino Kinge Manene.
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Technology on Reducing Postharvest Losses and Maintaining Quality Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Abdul Hamid Al Imam.
[[abstract]]The Syrian working paper includes three chapters. The first Chapter contains general information about the Syrian Arab Republic (where the site - the border - the most important cities – population). It also includes the agriculture in Syria (where importance - the distribution of land use - agricultural settlement zones – the important agricultural products, value of agricultural commodities for commercial exchange). The second chapter contains a presentation of postharvest techniques (Harvest - Pre cooling - Quality Control in the field – Packaging – Transport) and the best practices to be followed to reduce the loss and maintain the quality of fruits and vegetables. The third Chapter contains the recommendations for marketing chain and...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Technology on Reducing Postharvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruit and Vegetables (Philippines) Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Perlita Aquino-Nuevo; Arnel Ramir Apaga.
[[abstract]]The Philippines is predominantly agriculture which covers 47% or 30 million hectares. However, the landholdings are small and non-contiguous. Fruits and vegetables grow well with the least inputs except when typhoons and drought hit the country. The bountiful harvest are wasted during the distribution process due to a number of reasons: use of inappropriate containers, poor road conditions, high temperatures, and rough handling. Postharvest losses could be up to 50%. While postharvest technologies are continuously being developed, transferred and adopted by the target sectors, the need for cooperation and coordination among the stakeholders is very critical. Information dissemination on the proper handling of fruits and vegetables through print...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables in Bangladesh Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Md. Feroz Hossain.
[[abstract]]The post-harvest handlings of fruits and vegetables scenario is quiet unsatisfactory and mostly comprise of traditional techniques practiced by the growers, traders and processors, owing to which considerable deterioration in physical and nutritional qualities of the harvested produced in Bangladesh. It is estimated that the post-harvest loss of fruits and vegetables in the country is about 25-35% (Mia and et-al, 2008). Therefore, improvement of these indigenous practices and development of low cost new technologies through precise research efforts has now become essential to prevent the huge post-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables in view of ever increasing, demand for food and nutrition. In the development plans, considered...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables in India Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Sita Ram Jat.
[[abstract]]Fruits and vegetables are highly perishable in nature. A considerable amount of these commodities produced in India is lost due to improper postharvest operations; as a result there is considerable gap between gross production and net availability. Post harvest loss reduction is essential to make available more food from the existing level of production. The losses can be minimized by following simple management practices, such as, sorting and grading, pre-cooling, suitable packaging, proper handling, storage and supply chain management. Therefore, to achieve the target of feeding the growing population as well as meeting the requirements of the processing industry and export trade, only increasing the production and productivity will not be...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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The Agricultural Survey and Postharvest Handling Research of Avocado in Taiwan Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Min-Chi Hsu.
[[abstract]]The technology for improving postharvest handling from growing field to consumers has been the major subject of detailed research for over a century. The cost for harvest and postharvest up to 30% to 60% of all production and marketing system during horticultural produce, and significant quality loss due to improper processing. Technologies involved in handling, packaging, precooling, transportation, which would minimize losses, maintain high quality, and enhance value-added for horticultural crops that had been extensively applied in Taiwan. For example, precooling is the most common practice, and forced air cooling and vacuum cooling are widely adapted. In this article, information of current postharvest technology in Taiwan, including value,...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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Vegetable Marketing Channels, Post-harvest and Adjustment in Taiwan Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute
Yi-Tan Fang.
[[abstract]]The vegetable production in Taiwan has been unstable in rainy spring, summer and winter seasons. To maintain the balance between production and consumption demand, planned production based on the amounts of domestic production/consumption and imports trade is important, especially when the production and price is fluctuated. Those sensitive for production and marketing vegetables include garlic, onion, cabbage, Chinese cabbage, and Welsh onion. Most vegetables especially leafy vegetables are highly perishable. Cold chain system for vegetable storage is an advanced operation compared to other traditional operations in postharvest handling and marketing channels, which can reduce postharvest loss and maintain quality. To establish a high...
Palavras-chave: Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop; [[classification]]6.
Ano: 2010
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