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PEU - Post-harvest Engineering Unit IITA Ibadan Nigeria ESARC- Post-Harvest Group IITA Kampala Uganda PHHS - Post-Harvest Handling and Storage Project Kampala Uganda ATU - Appropriate Technology Uganda Kampala Uganda All equipment listed above is linked with a product page containing technical

Harvest Technology Group

The Harvest Technology Group is a dynamic new and forward-thinking company with cutting-edge technology with in-house expertise to develop end-to-end customised solutions The Harvest transfer technology is a hardware and software solution that provides the ability to encode multiple video audio and synchronised data channels over satellite communications and securely decodes the stream

Pecan Cultivar Selection Rootstock Evaluation and Post

Pecan samples of different varieties were used to develop a post-harvest hot water treatment as a kill step to destroy foodborne pathogens Hot water treatment for 8 6 6 6 and 4 6 minutes at 70 80 and 90 degrees Celcius will reduce food pathogens by 5 log CFU/g However more research is necessary to determine the effects on long term kernel quality The transcriptome of a developing pecan

Status And Potential of Post Harvest Technology of

20/12/2011National Production Post Harvest Scenario: National Production Post Harvest Scenario Agriculture contributes about 17 5% of GDP employees 57% workforce and sustains approx over 70% of the population India produces about 230 million tons of food grains and 53 1 and 91 6 million tons of fruits and vegetables and ranks second in world Post harvest losses are 3-18% amounting to

Postharvest Quality of Fruits and Vegetables: An Overview

01/01/2018Their results highlighted a potential application of aerosolized LA + AIT as a novel processing technology for leafy greens with minimal impact on their appearance Washing with 3% H 2 O 2 resulted in an initial reduction of about 1 6 log CFU/g of E coli O157:H7 on spinach

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The potential for a continuation of the corn price rally after harvest depends on if a reduction in supply can overwhelm weak demand USDA projects the seasonal average price for corn at $3 80 At the close on Friday of last week futures market prices combined with historical basis levels throughout the marketing year set the price at $3 86

Biological control of aflatoxins in Africa: current status

The technology has been improved for use in sub-Saharan Africa where efforts are under way to develop biocontrol products under the trade name Aflasafe for 11 African nations The number of participating nations is expected to increase In parallel state of the art technology has been developed for large-scale inexpensive manufacture of Aflasafe products under the conditions present in

Post Harvest Technology of Vegetables Dr Manoranjan

Post Harvest Technology of Vegetables Book Overview: Author: Dr Manoranjan Kalia Contents: Foreword Preface Acknowledgements Epilogue Resource personnel Chapters: 1 Post harvest technology of perishables 2 Role of vegetables in Indian economy and employment generation 3 Post harvest considerations for temperate vegetables 4

Scaling Up Post

By the end of 36 months the project will reach 7 000 smallholder farmers It also has the potential to benefit an additional 60 000 farmers by 2020 It will engage 60 youth as service providers and increase incomes through farmer-market linkages These innovations are expected to reduce post-harvest losses from the current 30% to 10% for the two crops The research team will share evidence

Feeding the World Today and Tomorrow: The Importance

Postharvest losses due to rodents insects and microbial spoilage in some areas amount to 30% or more of the harvested crop This results in wasted seed water fertilizer and labor Postharvest losses must be attacked with locally appropriate improvements in available technology Normile 2010) It is not enough merely to increase and conserve the supply of raw food it must be conserved

Global Post

4 3 Potential Application of Post-harvest Treatment in Future 4 4 Top Consumer/End Users of Post-harvest Treatment 5 United States Post-harvest Treatment Development Status and Outlook 5 1 United States Post-harvest Treatment Market Size (2013-2018) 5 2 United States Post-harvest Treatment Market Size and Market Share by Players (2013-2018) 5 3 United States Post-harvest Treatment

FRUIT INDUSTRY IN MALAYSIA: CURRENT STATUS AND

The weaknesses and strengths of the current production technology post-harvest technology transport and marketing systems are discussed The ingredients for building up a viable fruit industry are there but given the limited resources and time emphasis should be given to only a few crops which already have the right elements to succeed Prompt actions from an authoritative body to

Assessment of fish post

15/02/2017The status of fish post-harvest loss between Tekeze dam and Lake Hashenge fishery associations Based on our observations secondary data and the information from the respondents fish post-harvest loss was significantly higher in Tekeze dam than Lake Hashenge (t = −3 947 df = 6 p 0 01) Lake Hashenge is a relatively cold highland lake where mean monthly air temperature and rain

Fishers in Post

Fishery Technology 51 (2014) : 213 - 219 Fishers in Post-harvest Fisheries Sector in India : An Assessment of Socio-economic Status Nikita Gopul^* P Jeyanthi' Arathy Ashok^^r Shyam S Salim* Pradeep Katilia^ M Krishnan^ Nagesh Kumar Barik'' B Ganesh Kumar' R Narayana Kumai* and R Sathiadas'' ' Central Infttitute of rkheries Technology R O Matsyapuri Cochin - 682 029 India

Biological control of aflatoxins in Africa: current status

The technology has been improved for use in sub-Saharan Africa where efforts are under way to develop biocontrol products under the trade name Aflasafe for 11 African nations The number of participating nations is expected to increase In parallel state of the art technology has been developed for large-scale inexpensive manufacture of Aflasafe products under the conditions present in

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Post-harvest losses for horticultural produce are however difficult to measure In some cases everything harvested by a farmer may end up being sold to consumers In others losses or waste may be considerable Occasionally losses may be for example when there is a price collapse and it would cost the farmer more to harvest and market the produce than to plough it back into the ground

Recent Postharvest Biology and Technology Articles

CiteScore: 7 8 ℹ CiteScore: 2019: 7 8 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e g 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles reviews conference papers data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years divided by the number of

Factors affecting farmers' adoption of technologies in

Farmers' changes of technology use are influenced by technical training meeting oral transmission trust on technician and belief level on technology Men usually use technologies for rice fruit and fish production and women use technology for pig chicken production Factors that trigger adoption of new technologies comprise of progressive young and educated male farmers Factors

Apricots and Peaches: Nutritional Properties Post

This book presents research on the nutritional properties post-harvest management and potential health benefits of apricots and peaches Chapter One provides a brief description of the production area of wild apricot in India the nutritional properties and health benefits of wild apricot and the useful products made from the fruit Chapter Two summarizes the current knowledge on Japanese

MIT researchers inform World Food Program work to

23/02/2017Post-harvest storage technologies like silos and hermetic bags have been successfully developed and piloted with smallholder farmers over the past several decades to mitigate food loss caused by improper storage but none of these technologies have reached significant scale — until now Within just a couple of harvests over 110 000 farmers have chosen to participate in WFP's post-harvest

Postharvest Technology

Therefore post harvest technology has to be designed to manipulate the individual produce changes By developing specific tools that can manipulate storage temperatures and ethylene exposure and minimize injury and disease as well as controlling the water loss that are affordable and that can be used widely has been a challenge However advances in packaging design storage environment

Sri Lankan Fruit Vegetable Technologies

Technology Improved technologies on crop cultivation especially cultivation under poly tunnels application of drip irrigation systems optimum input applications pest and disease control post-harvest management quality packaging and improved transportation methods are practiced specially for export marketing Fruits Nuts and Vegetables Due to the country's diverse climatic regions Sri

A Brief Review of Current Lithium Ion Battery Technology

05/12/2017A Brief Review of Current Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Potential Solid State Battery Technologies Andrew Ulvestad Abstract Solid state battery technology has recently garnered considerable interest from companies including Toyota BMW Dyson and others The primary driver behind the commercialization of solid state batteries (SSBs) is to enable the use of lithium metal as

Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and

Post Harvest Technology of Arid Horticultural Crops A National Seminar on "Opportunities and Challenges of Arid Horticulture for Nutrition and Livelihood" held at CIAH Bikaner on 8-9th March 2008 National Seminar for Plants Animals and Fisheries at CIPHET Ludhiana A two-day National Seminar on Environmental Control for Plants Animals and Fisheries at the Central Institute of Post

Current status and future potential of north east India

Current status and future potential of north east India 1 1 2 College of Agricultural Engineering and Post Harvest Technology Central Agricultural University Ranipool Gangtok-737135(Sikkim) Under guidance of Dr S N Yadav Professor Farm Machinery and Power Engineering Presented by Mr Krishna Rustumrao Solanke PhD Scholar 2 Current Status and Future Potential of Hydropower in North East

Post Harvest Technology of Vegetables Dr Manoranjan

Post Harvest Technology of Vegetables Book Overview: Author: Dr Manoranjan Kalia Contents: Foreword Preface Acknowledgements Epilogue Resource personnel Chapters: 1 Post harvest technology of perishables 2 Role of vegetables in Indian economy and employment generation 3 Post harvest considerations for temperate vegetables 4