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Effects of Stem Remained on Fruit and Holding Posture during Transportation on the Quality of 'Tainung No.2' Papaya (Carica papaya L.)
At harvest, a 2-3 cm stem remained on the fruits, had a lower percentage of decay than those were de-stalked after ripened with CaC2 at 30℃ for 3 days. Other wise, there was no different in fruit color, pulp color, and total soluble solid between remained-stem and removed–stem fruit. During transportation from field to packing house, the fruit had a lower decay incidence when holding horizontal than those holder vertical and reversal, but there were no significantly different in peel color, pulp color, and total solid of fruit among holding horizontal, vertical, and reversal.
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