Testing the reliability of skin color as an indicator of quality for early season 'Brooks' (Prunus avium L.) cherry

@inproceedings{Crisosto2002TestingTR,
  title={Testing the reliability of skin color as an indicator of quality for early season 'Brooks' (Prunus avium L.) cherry},
  author={Carlos H. Crisosto and Gayle M. Crisosto and Mark A. Ritenour},
  year={2002}
}
During the 1997–1999 seasons, we investigated the relationship between ‘Brooks’ cherry skin color at harvest (full light red, 50% bright red, full bright red and full dark red) and consumer acceptance using fruit grown in different geographic locations in the San Joaquin Valley (SJV). Soluble solids concentration (SSC) increased, but titratable acidity (TA) levels did not decrease as cherries matured from the full light red to full dark red skin color. The perception of sweetness, sourness and… CONTINUE READING

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