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Technology and equipment of food production 30/10/20 THE EFFECT OF STORING TEMPERATURE AND VARIETY FEATURES ON THE CULINARY PROPERTIES OF POTATO. 5 oshibok pri hranenii kartofelya.

Technology and equipment of food production 30/10/20 THE EFFECT OF STORING TEMPERATURE AND VARIETY FEATURES ON THE CULINARY PROPERTIES OF POTATO

Available at: R. W., Copp, L. J., Yada, R. Y., Marangoni, A. G. (2002). POTATO NEWS TODAY 14/04/19 Potato storage trends in the UK: CIPC and Sprout Control Update. Europe, UK, Ireland The Head of Storage Research at Sutton Bridge Storage Research in the UK, Adrian Cunnington, recently discussed the current political and regulatory situation around popular sprout suppressants CIPC and MH with AHDB Potatoes Director Rob Clayton.

POTATO NEWS TODAY 14/04/19 Potato storage trends in the UK: CIPC and Sprout Control Update

The discussion includes a review of currently available sprout control options, and what might be available in the future. Watch the video below – you will also find it on YouTube here. Related Popular potato sprout suppressants CIPC and MH on the menu Head of Storage Research at AHDB Potatoes in the UK, Adrian Cunnington, discusses the current political and regulatory situation around popular sprout suppressants CIPC and MH with AHDB Potatoes Director Rob Clayton. In "Equipment/Technology" AHDB research focuses on reducing potato sprouting in stores without CIPC Currently CIPC is used as a sprout suppressant on more than 80 per cent of potatoes stored in the UK.

Crop Protection Volume 103, January 2018, A mechanized two-step cleaning and disinfection process strongly minimizes pathogen contamination on wooden potato storage boxes. AGRI FOOD AND BIOSCIENCES INSTITUTE - FEV 2014 - Présentation : Identifying and controlling potato storage diseases. RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE SUISSE - JANV 2016 - Comparaison de l’éthylène et du chlorprophame pour le stockage des pommes de terre. Langue Numéro 1, janvier 2016 Télécharger le numéro complet Éditorial Mayor J.

RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE SUISSE - JANV 2016 - Comparaison de l’éthylène et du chlorprophame pour le stockage des pommes de terre

-P.Agroscope, un centre de compétences de la Confédération 7(1), 3 Télécharger l'article Production végétale Dupuis B., Riot G., Ballmer T., Thévoz E., Wüthrich R., Hebeisen T.Comparaison de l’éthylène et du chlorprophame pour le stockage des pommes de terre 7(1), 4-11 Télécharger l'article Production animale - Série LACTOBEEF Morel I., Oberson J. Télécharger l'article Production animale - Série LACTOBEEF Meisser M., Morel I., Guggiari S., Herren W., Dufey P. Télécharger l'article Production animale - Série LACTOBEEF Dufey P. Télécharger l'article Environnement Zellweger-Fischer J., Althaus P., Birrer S., Jenny M., Pfiffner L., Stöckli S.Relevé de la biodiversité sur les exploitations agricoles à l’aide d’un système à points 7(1), 40-47 Télécharger l'article Environnement Oehl F., Oberholzer H.

CENTRE DE REFERENCE EN AGRICULTURE ET AGROALIMENTAIRE DU QUEBEC 13/11/09 Présentation : Une gestion réussie des maladies des pommes de terre durant l'entreposage. Sensors (Basel). 2014 Sep; 14(9): 15939–15952. Detection of Potato Storage Disease via Gas Analysis: A Pilot Study Using Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometry. ASIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH - 2011 - The storage performance of sweet poatoes with different pre-storage treatments in an evaporative cooling barn. Postharvest Biology and Technology Volume 116, June 2016, Early identification of potato storage disease using an array of metal-oxide based gas sensors. A School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, UKb School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, UKc Warwick Crop Centre, School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick, Wellesbourne CV35 9EF, UKd School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, UK Received 10 September 2015, Revised 11 December 2015, Accepted 23 December 2015, Available online 19 January 2016 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.postharvbio.2015.12.028 Get rights and content Highlights Detection of potato soft rot was explored by means of metal-oxide gas sensors.

Postharvest Biology and Technology Volume 116, June 2016, Early identification of potato storage disease using an array of metal-oxide based gas sensors

Detection was tested at symptomatic and pre-symptomatic stages. A subset of sensors was shortlisted from the original array. Unsupervised techniques and predictive models were employed for analysis. The metric of ‘sensitivity’ was employed for predictive modelling. Abstract Keywords. PROCEEDINGS of Conference „Research and Practice in Veterinary Medicine - 2014„ 27th–28 th November 2014, Jelgava, Latvia Au sommaire notamment: EFFECT OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES ON THE POTATO PRODUCT MICROBIOLOGICAL SAFETY DURING STORAGE.