1 edition of Air transport of California strawberries found in the catalog.
Air transport of California strawberries
John M. Harvey
Issued July 1971. Bibliography: p. 10
|Series||U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Marketing research report no. 920, Marketing research report -- no. 920.|
|Contributions||Harris, C. M. (C. Max), 1934-, Porter, Frank M., 1929-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. illus.|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Get this from a library. Air transport of Air transport of California strawberries book strawberries: factors affecting market quality in spring shipments, [John M Harvey;]. In air transport, pallets are covered with curtain coated fiberboard or heat-shrink polyethylene to retain the high level of carbon dioxide ().
High levels of carbon dioxide (10 to 30 percent) slow the respiration rate of the fruit and reduce the activity of decay-causing organisms, thus extending storage and market life (, ).
In the s, California strawberries accounted for only % of the total U.S. production . Before the Second World War, most strawberries in California were produced for the fresh-fruit market, with only a minor portion of the total crop being manufactured into preserves .
Back then, the Air transport of California strawberries book Northwest dominated the marked for preservedFile Size: KB. However, North American strawberry exports to more distant countries often occur by private charter air transport, which is likely to be less impacted.
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49 CFR § (k) provides exceptions from the HOS rules, during planting and harvesting periods as determined by the State, for the transportation of agricultural commodities (including livestock, bees, horses, fish used for food, and other commodities that meet the definition of “agricultural commodity” under § Harvested strawberries are placed in trucks, within an hour or two of picking, which transport the strawberries to a cooling facility.
All strawberries are cooled, usually within 1 to 4 hours after harvest. Strawberries are typically forced-air cooled at temperatures of 34F.
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Cold air is forced to move rapidly through the containers (versus around the containers as in room cooling), allowing the cold air to be in direct contact with the warm berries.
Pallets of strawberries are positioned so that the cold air must pass through the package openings and around individual berries.
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Strawberries are grown in every state, but California alone produces three-fourths of the nation's crop—1 billion pounds of big red berries per year. California grows two types of berries: short-day varieties and day-neutral, or ever-bearing varieties. They. Temperatures during transport for strawberries from pallets T1(1), P1(9), P2(10), T1(11), T1(12), and P3(13).
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