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Development of forcing culture and key postharvest technology for potential-exporting fruits in Taiwan
In Taiwan fruits, mango, papaya, waxapple, guava, litchi, atemoya, Indian jujube and table grape are becoming more important and potential items in exporting to foreign country, for example, Japan, Canada, mainland China and America. For some time past, the exporting value of those fruits was no growth or on the decrease because of the poor quality after transportation and unstable supply. In order to stabilize and prolong the supply period for exporting, improve quality during transportation and increase the shelf-life in market, we hope to improve and use forcing culture technology and to develop the key technique of postharvest handling. After evaluating the problem and probable technology, the following goals are very important, however:
1.To prolong the supply period of mango and atemoya for exporting.
2.To reduce the browning of table grape peel after cold treatment for quarantine.
3.To improve the techologies of quarantine and storage.
4.To develop the handling processes for long distance and time(by sea) transportation of waxapple, papaya, atemoya and Indian jujube.
5.To improve the quality of guava fruit during summer.
The objectives of this study are to research and examine the problem or goals as above.
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