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A database containing over 1,700 articles and presentations authored by UC postharvest specialists, USDA postharvest researchers, and others.  The database is organized by topic and searchable.  Download in PDF format.

Publications Organized by Topic

Almond Apple Apricot
Asian Pear Asian Vegetables Asparagus
Avocado Banana and Plantain Biotechnology
Blackberry Blueberry Boysenberry
Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Bushberries
Cabbage Cactus Fruit Carrot
Celery Central Valley Postharvest Newsletter Cherry
Chilling Injury Citrus Fruit Cold Chain
Collard and Kale Composition Composition
Consumer Issues Cooling Corn Sweet
Cost-Benefit Analysis Cranberry Cucumber
Cut Flowers Date Decay Control
Dried Fruits and Nuts Drying Eggplant
Energy Ethylene and 1-MCP Fig
Flavor Quality Food Safety Freezing Points
Fresh-cut Fruits Fresh-cut Vegetables Fruit Ripening
Fruit Softening Garlic Grain Disinfestation
Grain Drying Grain Milling Grain Storage
Grape Guava Handling at Destination
Harvesting Health Benefits Herbs
Home Storage and Handling Hops Insect Control
Ionizing Radiation Jicama Kiwano (Horned Melon)
Kiwifruit Leafy Greens Legumes
Lemon Lettuce Litchi (Lychee)
Loquat Mandarins Mango
Marketing Maturity Melons
Modified Atmospheres Mushrooms Nectarine
Nopalitos Nutrient Loss Nutritional Quality
Nuts and Dried Fruits Olive Onion
Orange Organic Produce Ornamental Crops
Packaging Peach Pear
Peas/Snap Peas Pepino Pepper
Persimmon Physiological Disorders Phytonutrients
Pineapple Pistachio Pitahaya
Pitaya Plum Pomegranate
Postharvest Horticulture Postharvest IPM Postharvest Losses
Postharvest Pathology Postharvest Technology Extension Potato
Processed Fruits and Vegetables Produce Irradiation Prune
Quality Evaluation Radicchio Raspberry
Respiration Rice Root Crops
Seed Sprouts Sensory Evaluation Small-scale Postharvest Technology
Squash Spinach Starfruit (Carambola)
Stone Fruits Storage Strawberry
Sweet potato Tamarillo Tomatillo
Tomato Transportation Tropical Fruits
UV Irradiation Walnut Water Disinfection
Water Measurement Technologies Watermelon Wounding

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