Response of Major Wild Leafy Vegetables to ControlledAtmosphere Storage

@article{Rezai2018ResponseOM,
  title={Response of Major Wild Leafy Vegetables to ControlledAtmosphere Storage},
  author={Y. Rezai and Taewan Kim Etemadi},
  journal={Korean Journal of Horticultural Science \& Technology},
  year={2018},
  volume={36},
  pages={58-66}
}
The effects of controlled atmosphere (CA) on quality maintenance and storage potential were estimated in four major, wild, leafy vegetables, specifically focusing on the incidence of CA-related disorders. After harvest, vegetables were precooled to 4-5°C with a pilot-scale pressure pre-cooler. As a control treatment, perforated modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) was performed using 20 × 25 cm (W × L) polypropylene film bags with 8 punch holes. For CA treatments, two regimens were applied as 1… Expand

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