From harvest to consumer
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CTA. 1998. From harvest to consumer. Spore 77. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Postharvest: an introduction to the physiology and handling of fruit, vegetables and ornamentals. Fourth edition. R Wills, B McGlasson, D Graham and D Joyce. 1998. 262 pp. ISBN 0 86840 560 4 (UNSW Press) ISBN 0 85199 264 1 (CABI)
Production of fruit, vegetables and ornamentals has been increasing worldwide and represents a huge investment of resources in transport, storage, and marketing facilities designed to maintain a continuous supply of these perishable goods. The goals of postharvest practices are to protect that investment. Essentially a textbook, this new version of an earlier work has been substantially updated to include ornamentals and to reflect modern industrial practices and technology. Particularly noteworthy is the book's coverage of tropical produce. Clearly written and well-illustrated, this book should be of interest to students of horticulture; nutritionists; farming company technologists, transport workers and retailers; packing house managers; government advisers and concerned consumers. Postharvest: an introduction to the physiology and handling of fruit, vegetables and ornamentals. Fourth edition. R Wills, B McGlasson, D Graham and D Joyce. 1998. 262 pp. ISBN 0 86840 560 4 (UNSW Press) ISBN 0 85199 264 1 (CABI) Published in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Oceania by University of New South Wales Press, Ltd. University of New South Wales, Sydney 2052 Australia and in the rest of the world by: CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon, OX10 8DE, UK. Fax: +44 1491 833508 Email: http://www.agricta.org/Sporefirstname.lastname@example.org Price from CABI: British Pounds 24.50 Available from CTA (see details p. 13) CTA number 859, 20 credit points
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