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Group 2 Compatible Fresh Fruits and Vegetables During 7 Day Storage

Compatible Fresh Fruits and Vegetables During 7 Day Storage

Thompson, J., A. Kader, and K. Sylva. 1996. Compatibility chart for fruits and vegetables in short-term transport or storage. Oakland: Univ. Calif. Div. Ag. and Nat. Res. Publ. 21560 (poster).

Group 2 - Vegetables
45-50oF, 7-10oC, 85-95% rh

Group 2 - Vegetables

Basil
Beans: Span, Green, Wax
Cactus Leaves (Nopales)
Calabasa
Chayote*
Cowpea (Southern Pea)
Cucumber*
Eggplant*
Kiwano (Horned Melon)
Long Bean
Malanga
Okra*
Pepper: Bell, Chili
Squash: Summer, Soft Rind*
Tomatillo
Winged Bean

 

 

 

 

 

Group 2 - Fruits
45-50oF, 7-10oC, 85-95% rh

Group 2 - Fruits

Avocado, unripe
Babaco
Cactus Pear, Tuna
Calamondin
Carambola
Cranberry
Custard Apple
Durian
Feijoa
Granadilla
Grapefruit*
Guava
Juan Canary Melon
Kumquat
Lemon*
Lime*
Limequat
Mandarin
Olive
Orange
Passion Fruit
Pepino
Pineapple
Pummelo
Sugar Apple
Tamarillo
Tamarind
Tangelo
Tangerine
Ugli Fruit
Watermelon

 

Ethylene level should be kept below 1 ppm in storage area.
* products marked with an asterisk are sensitive to ethylene damage.

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