Pre-harvest factors affecting fruit quality in sweet oranges with an emphasis on albedo breakdown

@inproceedings{Pham2009PreharvestFA,
  title={Pre-harvest factors affecting fruit quality in sweet oranges with an emphasis on albedo breakdown},
  author={Tam Thi Minh Pham},
  year={2009}
}
During fruit maturation, the incidence of albedo breakdown was recorded four times (at 265 ± 5, 286 ± 5, 323 ± 5 and 332 ± 5 days after full bloom) in ‘Washington Navel’ sweet orange in 2007 and 2008. It was also recorded at four different locations in Western Australia (Gingin, Chittering, Serpentine and Harvey) and the effects of its severity on fruit quality were investigated in 2006. The effects of the severity of albedo breakdown on fruit quality in three different cultivars of ‘Navel… CONTINUE READING

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