Fruit Physiological Disorders
Avoid exposure to ethylene above 1 ppm throughout postharvest handling of ‘Fuyu' persimmons.
Use of controlled atmosphere of 3-5% O2 + 5-8% CO2 at temperatures below 5°C (41°F) reduced chilling injury.
Collins, R. J. and J. S. Tisdell. 1995. The influence of storage time and temperature on chilling injury in Fuyu and Suruga persimmon (Diospyros khaki L.) grown in subtropical Australia. Postharvest Biology & Technology 6:149-157.
MacRae, E. A. 1987. Development of chilling injury in New Zealand grown Fuyu persimmon during storage. N.Z.J. Exp. Agric. 15:333-344.
1995 & 1987
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