2 edition of Temperate Fruit (Postharvest Diseases of Horticultural Produce) found in the catalog.
Temperate Fruit (Postharvest Diseases of Horticultural Produce)
B. B. Beattie
by CSIRO Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||84|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Temperate fruit. Canberra: CSIRO Australia, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
This book fully integrates the conventional and biotechnological approaches to fruit crop breeding. Individual chapters are written on a wide variety of species including apple, apricot, blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, cherry, currant, gooseberry, grape, kiwifruit, peach, pear, plum, raspberry and strawberry. Nutritional and Health Benefits of Temperate Fruits. In book: Postharvest Biology and Technology of Temperate Fruits, pp Apricot is considered to be one of the most delicious.
The effects of interactions between nutrition and environment on the mineral composition of fruits are considered, along with an integrated approach to orchard nutrition and bitter pit control, the influence of boron deficiency on fruit quality, and calcium accumulation in apple fruit. Containing an extensive range of photographs and authored by leading horticultural experts, ‘Diseases of Temperate Horticultural Plants’ is an indispensable reference work for horticultural professionals, academics, students, crop producers as well as amateur horticulturists. The diseases of major crops are presented according to their classification, and the symptoms of each disease.
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Individual chapters are written on a wide variety of species including apple, apricot, blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, cherry, currant, gooseberry, grape, kiwifruit, peach, pear, plum, raspberry and cturer: Springer.
From the reviews: "This book offers an excellent overview of breeding and crop improvement of the major temperate tree fruit and berry crops. The authors include many of the premier fruit breeders working today.
there is ample content in each chapter for a broad range of readers to gain an understanding of the status, direction, and potential outcome of breeding of the major temperate. This book is intended to be a brief compilation of the information available on the breeding of temperate fruit crops.
The goal is to provide. Contributing authors address the postharvest biology and technology of individual temperate fruits such as plum, cherry, peach, apricot, apple, pear, quince, loquat, kiwi, persimmon and berries.
There has been tremendous growth in the research and development of new techniques to maintain the quality of temperate fruits from farm to table.
In a way, this book is a successor of a former Dutch book called `Grondslagen van de Fruitteelt' (`Fundamentals of Fruit Production'), published in That handbook, edited by three Dutch researchers (J.
Tromp, H. Jonkers, S. Wertheim), contained contributions of fruit researchers from the Netherlands, Belgium and South Africa. Effective fruit production requires general knowledge of fruit husbandry such as nutrition, propagation, pruning and training, effects of climate and crop protection as well as specific cultivation techniques for each fruit.
Fully revised and expanded to include organic fruit production, this new edition provides a thorough introduction to the cultivation of fruit found throughout the.
In this book, we have collected information covering a variety of different aspects of growing temperate fruit crops in warm climates. As this is the first time such an evaluation of these species has been done, interesting and novel aspects of tree development and fruiting are presented, with stress on elements like dormancy and irrigation.
TEMPERATE FRUITS. In geography, temperate latitudes of the globe lie between the tropics and the polar circles. The north temperate zone extends from the Tropic of Cancer at about degrees north latitude to the Arctic Circle at about degrees north latitude.
Regions with a temperate climate are usually characterized by having roughly equally long winters and summers. Description: This book contains the papers and posters presented at the Eucarpia Fruit Breeding Section Meeting held at Wädenswil/Einsiedeln, Switzerland from August 30 to September 3, It gives an overview of the latest trends in temperate fruit breeding in Europe and overseas.
Temperate Horticulture Is A Very Important Component Of Horticulture As It Is Only Confined To The Hilly Regions Of A Country. For Fruit Crops, It Represents A Group, Which Is Physiologically Diverse From The Sub-Tropical And Tropical Fruit Crops Grown In Other Regions.
Many of the world's best-known and favorite fruits (such as apple, pear, peach, plum, grape, and strawberry) are adapted to climates in the middle latitudes and are known as temperate fruits. Diseases of Temperate Zone Tree Fruit and Nut crops is a virtual encyclopedia of the diseases and disorders affecting pome fruit, stone fruit, nuts, olives, figs, and some minor fruit crops grown in temperate climates, with particular emphasis on California.
Each of they nearly listings gives information on a specific disease's history /5(2). This volume, Temperate Fruits: Production, Processing, and Marketing, presents the latest pomological research on the production, postharvest handling, processing and storage, and information on marketing for a selection of temperate include apple, pear, quince, peach, plum, sweet cherry, kiwifruit, strawberry, mulberry, and chestnut.
With chapters from fruit experts from. As a member of the working group (WG) on "Temperate Zone Fruit Trees in the Tropics and Subtropics" of the International Society for Horticulture, I was aware of the lack of readily available information needed in many warm-climate locations where temperate fruit Pages: Fully revised and expanded to include organic fruit production, this new edition provides a thorough introduction to the cultivation of fruit found throughout the temperate and subtropical regions /5(2).
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This book on temperate fruit crops in warm climates is the first one dedicated to this subject. It presents a wealth of data regarding growing these crops in warm climates. 1 Introduction: The Importance of Temperate Fruit Trees Worldwide.
Temperate fruit trees are members of the family Rosaceae whose species include those of pome (apple, quince, and pear) and stone fruits (apricot, peach, plum, almond, and cherry). Their fruits contribute significantly to human foods as their daily consumption may reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and certain cancer.
Encyclopedia examines all aspects of tree fruit cultivation in the world's temperate zones. Topics include molecular genetics, fruit color, pest management, and more. For readers desiring to learn more about the science and art of tree fruit culture.
Hardcover, softcover available from the publisher. DLC: Fruit-culture-. The Concise Encyclopedia of Temperate Tree Fruit is a unique resource that examines all aspects of tree fruit cultivation in the world's temperate zones. This book addresses more than 40 topics, and included with each topic is a list of resources you can use to find further information.Man’s relationship with fruiting plants began long before the origins of agriculture inBC, when all human beings practiced the hunter-gatherer lifestyle.
Fruits gathered from the wild were mainstays of our diet, being excellent sources of fiber, vitamins, and other healthful or medicinal compounds unbeknownst to us then.
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