Editors: Ramdane Dris PhD., Raina Niskanen PhD., Shri Mohan Jain PhD.
The main focus of this book is on two major aspects, namely, mineral nutrition and quality management, and secondly, on the effect of preharvest or postharvest practices on quality of crops grown under different climatic conditions, worldwide. We have highlighted the achievements related to minimizing the postharvest loss by providing information on production, physiological changes, pre- and postharvest storage requirements, storage problems, and nutrient management systems in relation to plant health and production, environment protection in agriculture and in postharvest and processing aspects. Sixteen chapters are included in the first volume of this book.
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- The Quality Cycle;
- Testing Soils for Determining Fertilizers Needs of Horticultural Crops;
- Nutritional Management of Vegetables and Ornamental Plants in Hydroponics;
- Managing Crop Load; Low-alcohol Grape and Fruit Wine;
- Paprika Spice Production;
- Factors Associated with Peach Yield, Quality and Postharvest Behaviour;
- Influence of Calcium Nutrition on the Quality and Postharvest Behaviour of Apples;
- Economic analysis of Postharvest systems in Root and tuber Crops;
- Postharvest Handling of Strawberries for Fresh Market;
- Postharvest Biological Changes and Technology of Citrus Fruit;
- Ethylene Biosynthesis- Role in Ripening and Quality of ‘Hayward’ Kiwifruit after Harvest, During Storage and Shelf-Life;
- Postharvest Pests and Physiological Disorders of Cassava;
- Environmental Control for Storage of Rooted Propagation Material;
- Minimizing Postharvest Rots and Quality Loss in New Zealand Carrots;
- Minimal Processing of Fruits and Vegetables.