Fruit Ripening Articles

  • Food and Beverage Production

    DEHUMIDIFIER FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRODUCTION In Food industry, the production, processing, packaging and storage facilities require good hygiene. So regulated and consistent climate control is critical. BAKERY Overly moist or dry condition is not suitable for a bakery room. So let’s discover some. BENEFITS OF DEHUMIDIFIER IN BAKERY ROOMS With a dehumidifying system ...

  • Why Choose Feed Pellets For Your Poultry

    Zhengzhou Fusmar Machinery is a professional feed pellet mill manufacturer, this article will introduce why choose feed pellets for poultry in detail. Why Choose Feed Pellets Different types of feed have different feeding effects. In general, the feeding effect of pellet feed is better than that of dry powder, because the pellet feed is ripened and ...

  • Vineyards Use Innovative Laser Bird Repellent to Protect Wine Grapes in New Zealand

    There are around 2,031 vineyards in New Zealand and the export value of the wine is NZ$1,705 million. The high value of wine grapes forces wineries to keep an eye on bird damage and to ensure that crop loss is minimized. Why vineyards experience severe bird damage? Bird damage to vineyards is a result of the temperate climate, meaning that the changes between winter and summer are ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Winemaking - A Must Read

    BackgroundThe art and science of winemaking have been around for thousands of years. Winemakers rely on their instincts, palettes, and a thorough knowledge of the nuances involved in every stage of the winemaking process as they strive to achieve the flavors and qualities that they desire.Even a cursory overview of certain elements of the process underscores the critical role played by ...

  • From Farm to Market: Fruit Ripening

    Fruit has a brief window where it is perfectly ripe. If farmers waited until every piece of fruit was ripe before harvesting, farming would be more labor-intensive as farmers rushed to pick ripe fruits. Prices might crash due to a short-term glut of fruit on the market. To ensure a steady supply and demand, keep prices competitive, and reduce food waste, farmers use artificial ripening ...

  • CO2 Foliar Spray Affects on Pepper Plant Growth Case Study

    Indoor use of C02 gassing has enhanced plant yields for over 60 years. However, over 50% of the C02 gas is typically lost through ventilation. Current greenhouse C02 gassing levels of up to 1500 PPM are also not ideal for worker health and safety. GRO's safer dissolved C02 foliar spray can be used by indoor and outdoor plant growers with minimal C02 gas lost and greater plant bioavailability ...


    By CO2 GRO Inc.

  • Foundational Supplement Program with Whole Food AstaPure® Arava

    One of the most pressing questions consumers have is, "What supplements do I need to take daily?" The answer should be simple, start with a strong foundation. Just as if you were building a home, you would first pour a strong foundation in which to build on. The same holds with taking dietary supplements. The four areas of supplementation consumers need fall into these categories: Antioxidant(s), ...


    By Algatech

  • How to Scare Birds Away from Wine Grapes?

    Brazil, Argentina, South America and Australia have some of the highest consumptions of wine annually1. Wine grapes are exported all over the world and there is a big competition for being the best vineyard. Just like any other farms in the agricultural industry, vineyards have a lot of problems in protecting their grapes from pest birds and finding ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Innovative Technology Solves Bird Problems for Fruit Industries

    Imagine that 3.21 pounds of fresh mangoes were consumed in the US per person in 2017. As well as, 2.71 pounds of peaches and 7.75 pounds of pineapples per person were consumed. In the same year, fresh fruit consumption amounted to 135.38 pounds1. These three fruits are some of the most popular in the world and severely affected by bird ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Restoring Long Term Soil Health in Haiti with Organic Compost

    Last summer, we shared results from a research project that was taken on by master’s students at Cranfield University. The students compared the efficiency of SOIL’s organic compost, Konpòs Lakay, to commercial grade chemical ...


    By SOIL Haiti

  • Ethylene removal by chemisorption. Postharvest technology for kiwi

    Abstract  Iran ranks seventh in the world for kiwi production, with over 3200 MT produced in 2012. Kiwifruit can be stored for over 6 months under appropriate conditions, but fruit softening and fruit rots (Botrytis cinerea) can cause severe losses during cold storage, transit, distribution and ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Bi-on & Tyvek, a winning combination trusted by major exporters worldwide

    The technology proposed by Bi-on® y Tyvek® (DuPont™), which we use in our range of sachets Ethyl Stopper, was recently presented by DuPont Protection Solutions at the AIPIA Congress - Active & Intelligent Packaging Industry Association - as a case study. This technology is based on the safe and effective removal of ethylene, a gaseous ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Cannabis Irrigation-Israel

    Getting to Know Cannabis Farming Israel’s agricultural industry is ripening for the beginning of medical cannabis export, with the expected passage of medical export legislation by the end of the year. The timing is particularly fruitful for growers who are interested in succeeding in a new venture that is still in its infancy. The rewards are also high: Israel’s Health and ...


    By Kim Engineering Solutions

  • A Good Handling Of Ethylene Could Allow Preservation At Higher Temperatures

    Ethylene handling would allow storage of non-climacteric products at temperatures higher than recommended. A scientific paper recently published (1) quantifies the relationship between ethylene concentration, temperature and post-harvest life of different non-climacteric vegetables (pak choi, broccoli, mint and green beans). ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • The golden kiwi is highly sensitive to ethylene

    A scientific article (Influence of exogenous ethylene during refrigerated storage on storability and quality of Actinidia chinensis (cv. Hort16A), Pranamornkith et al; Postharvest Biology and Technology 64 (2012) 1-8) shows that the firmness and colour of the golden kiwi are seriously affected by the level of ethylene in the atmosphere of commercial cold stores. “The kiwifruit industry was ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • The Golden Kiwi is Highly Sensitive to Ethylene

    A scientific article (Influence of exogenous ethylene during refrigerated storage on storability and quality of Actinidia chinensis (cv. Hort16A), Pranamornkith et al; Postharvest Biology and Technology 64 (2012) 1-8) shows that the firmness and colour of the golden kiwi are seriously affected by the level of ethylene in the atmosphere of commercial cold stores. “The kiwifruit industry was ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Correct management of ethylene levels could minimise or eliminate the need for refrigeration during the distribution chain of green bananas

    A recently published scientific article (Reduction of energy usage during storage and transport of bananas by management of exogenous ethylene levels, Wills et al; Postharvest Biology and Technology 89 (2014) 7-10) quantifies the relationship between the concentration of ethylene, temperature and green life of the Cavendish banana. The results demonstrate that an efficient ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Organic Fertilizer Production Process

    Organic fertilizer Production Process   Mixing original and auxiliary materials   Mixing livestock manure,biogas residue or crop stalks and ...


    By Allance

  • Identification of a Chlorophyll Dephytylase Involved in Chlorophyll Turnover in Arabidopsis

    Abstract Chlorophyll turns over in green organs during photosystem repair and is salvaged via de- and re-phytylation, but the enzyme involved in de-phytylation is unknown. We have identified an Arabidopsis thaliana thylakoid protein with a putative hydrolase domain that can dephytylate chlorophyll in vitro and in vivo. The corresponding locus, CHLOROPHYLL DEPHYTYLASE1 (CLD1), was ...


    By H Smith Plastics LTD

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