Temperate Fruits: Production, Processing, and Marketing

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Temperate Fruits: Production, Processing, and Marketing Editors: Regina Cronje, Debashis Mandal, Lop Phavaphutanon, Ursula Wermund Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Apple Academic Press Inc.
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Pages: 596 Language: English ISBN: 9781774637739 Categories: ,

This volume, Temperate Fruits: Production, Processing, and Marketing, presents the latest pomological research on the production, postharvest handling, processing and storage, and information on marketing for a selection of temperate fruits. These include apple, pear, quince, peach, plum, sweet cherry, kiwifruit, strawberry, mulberry, and chestnut. With chapters from fruit experts from different countries of the world, the book provides the latest information on the effect of climate change on fruit production, organic fruit growing and advanced fruit breeding, the nutraceutical value and bioactive compounds in fruits and their role in human health, and new and advanced methods of fruit production. Topics include microirrigation, sustainable nutrient management, crop protection and plant health management, and farm mechanization.

Weight1.1097216 kg

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Author Biography

Debashis Mandal, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Horticulture, Aromatic & Medicinal Plants at Mizoram University, Aizawl, Mizoram, India. Ursula Wermund, PhD, is Project Manager and R&D Coordinator at Greenyard Fresh-Greenyard Fresh Trade International (UNIVEG) GmbH, Bremen, Germany. Lop Phavaphutanon, PhD, is currently Deputy Head and Chief of the Tropical Fruit Research and Development Center, Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Sean, Kasetsart University, Kamphaeng Sean Campus, Thailand. Regina Cronje is a Horticulturist with the Agricultural Research Council of the Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Crops, Nelspruit, South Africa.