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Selected Postharvest References


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  1. ACEDO, Jr, A., K. Weinberger, R.J. Holmer, and J. d’Arros Hughes. 2012. Postharvest research, education and extension: AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center’s experience. Acta Hort. 943:47-61.
  2. BANKS, N.H., K.M.  Maguire and D.J. Tanner. 2000. Innovations in postharvest handling systems. J. Agric. Engng. Res. 76:285-296.
  3. HEWETT, E.W. 2012. Postharvest technology innovation and opportunities of extension for horticultural produce: perspective and trends. Acta Hort. 943:25-32.
  4. INABA, A. 1993. Recent studies on postharvest physiology and technology of horticultural crops in Japan. Postharvest News and Information 4:101N-114N.
  5. KADER, A.A. 1987. Postharvest biology and technology research on deciduous tree fruits: recent trends and future outlook. In: Proc. Summerland Research Station Commemorative Symposium (April 27-28, 1987). Agric. Canada, Summerland, B.C., Canada, pp. 96-105.
  6. MCFARLANE, J.A. 1990. Postharvest research in developing countries: issues and prospects from a storage viewpoint. Postharvest News and Information 1(1):15-18.
  7. MREMA, G.C. and R.S. Rolle. 2002. Status of the postharvest sector and its contribution to agricultural development and economic growth. Proc. 9th JIRCAS International Symposium 2002, value-addition to agricultural products, Ibaraki, Japan, pp. 13-20.
  8. SHARPLES, R.0. 1990. Future directions for horticultural postharvest technology. Postharvest News and Information. 1:191-194.
  9. SRZEDNICKI, G., B. Longstaff, and S. Kanlayanarat. 2012. Postharvest training tutorials development: Computer assisted learning for fresh produce- APEC Project experience. Acta Hort. 943:33-40.
  10. VARSZEGI, T. 2012. Curriculum development in chain quality assurance of fruits and vegetables. Acta Hort. 943:271-276.

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