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Tsomu T

Tsomu T
B.A. College of Agriculture,
Anand 388110, Gujarat

  • Research Article
    Effect of Post-harvest Treatments of Chemical and Plant Growth Regulators on Physical Parameters of Sapota Fruit cv. Kalipatti
    Author(s): Tsomu T and Patel HCTsomu T and Patel HC

    Investigation was conducted to study the effect of post-harvest treatment of chemical and plant growth regulators on physical characteristics sapota fruit cv. Kalipatti. Fruits were treated with CaCl2 (5000 and 10000 mg/l) followed by plant growth regulators, Gibbrellic acid (GA3) (150 and 300 mg/l), kinetin (100 and 200 mg/l), ethrel (1000 and 2000 mg/l) and control (untreated fruit) and stored at room temperature. CaCl2 (5000 and 10000 mg/l) was proved very effective in reducing loss in weight, spoilage and registered high fruit firmness, increase shelf life and ripening period. There was a significant increase in Physiological loss in weight (PLW), with enhanced storage period irrespective of calcium chloride (5000 and 10000 mg/l) and Gibbrellic acid (GA3) (150 and 300 mg/l) treatments. On the other hand, Physiological loss in weight (PLW), spoilage was increase throughout the stor.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.1000347

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