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Postharvest Management of Dryland Fruit Crops
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Dhemre, J K, V P Kad and S A Ranpise
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Weight :  762 gms
Binding :  E-Book
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2020
 

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ISBN: 9789389605525
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Postharvest Technology involves operations like cleaning, grading, drying, storage, packaging, transport, marketing and utilization. Postharvest losses occur mainly because of improper and inadequate pre and postharvest management practices. These losses can be significantly reduced, if the integrated approaches are adopted in pre and postharvest management of horticultural crops. The concept of integrated approaches encompasses the greater planning of entire demand driven production activity, appropriately linked with pre and postharvest practices. In this context, the present book contains thirty-four chapters, authored by experts in the field, which not only provide an overview of the sustainable horticultural practice and postharvest management, but also give an analytical account of the problems and prospects associated with it. This book will be immense value to students, teachers and researchers as well as growers engaged in the field of dryland fruit crops.

Forewords v
Preface ix
1. Strategic Approaches to Upscale the Postharvest Management of Dryland Fruit Crops 1
2. Present Status and Future Prospects of Dryland Fruit Crops 15
3. Fruit Production in India: Issues and Challenges 27
4. Recent Techniques in Dryland Fruit Crops for Quality Production 43
5. Food Safety and Export Standards of Important Fruit Crops 59
6. Nutritional and Therapeutic Importance of Dryland Fruits 77
7. Postharvest Physiology and Biochemical Changes in
Dryland Fruit Crops 91
8. Recent Advanced Techniques in Macro and Micronutrients Use Efficiency for Quality of Dryland Fruit Crops 109
9. Recent Advances in Pre-harvest Factors to Enhance the Postharvest Quality of Aonla, Ber and Jamun 115
10. Recent Advances in Pre-harvest Factors to Enhance Postharvest
Quality of Custard Apple 129
11. Recent Advances in Pre-harvest Factors to Enhance Postharvest
Quality of Fig 139
12. Use of Plant Growth Regulators in Dryland Fruit Crops 147
13. Integrated Pest Management of Arid Zone Fruit Crops 155
14. Disease Management in Important Dryland Fruit Crops 165
15. Importance of Pesticide Residues in Fruit Crops 173
16. Postharvest Management of Fruit Crops: A Metabolic and
Molecular Perspective 179
17. Recent Advances in Postharvest Handling of Fruit Crops 189
18. Recent Advances in Postharvest Management of Fruit Crops 209
19. Recent Advances in Grading, Waxing, Packaging and Storage
of Dryland Fruit Crops 219
20. Cold Chain Management of Dryland Crops 231
21. Recent Advances in Storage of Fruits Crops 245
22. Low Cost Processing Technologies for Dryland Fruit Crops 259
23. Blending, Carbonation and Storage of Fruit Based Beverages 269
24. Milk Enriched Processed Fruit Products from Dryland Fruit Crops 281
25. Postharvest Handling and Value Addition of Pomegranate 295
26. Processing and Value Addition of Fig 313
27. Value Added Products from Aonla 323
28. Studies on Preparation of Ready to Serve Beverage from
Wood Apple Pulp 335
29. Value Added Products from Ber and Custard Apple 341
30. Recent Advances in Mechanization of Fruit Crops 347
31. Use of different Machineries and Equipments Used in
Postharvest Management of Dryland Fruit Crops 359
32. Waste Management During Processing of Dryland Fruit Crops 385
33. Role of Agriculture Education in Human Resource Development 389
Index 393

Dr J. K.Dhemre is presently working as Associate Professor of Horticulture and Officer Incharge, Onion & Grape Research Station, Pimpalgaon Baswant, Dist. Nashik, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri. He has about twenty years of teaching, research and extension experience. He has to his credit 01 variety, 09 research recommendations, 12 books, 21 book chapters, 06 folders, 03 booklets, 02 pocket diary, 48 research papers, 210 popular articles and 67 technical papers published in journals of national and international repute, magazines and newspapers. He has awarded Mahatma Gandhi Excellence award-2017 at New Delhi in recognition of contribution for research in Postharvest Technology and for Extension in increasing the economy of farmers.

Dr V. P. Kad is presently working as Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural Process Engineering, Dr. Annasabeb Shinde College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri. He has about eighteen years of teaching, research and extension experience. He has to his credit 10 research recommendations, 09 books, 23 book chapters, 01 edited volume, 56 research papers, 251 popular articles and 110 technical papers published in journals of national and international repute. He has received “Engineering Achievement Award” by the Institution of Engineers; “Agro-care Best Teacher Award” by Balidharma Charitable Society, Nashik and “Fellow Award” by Society of Krishi Vigyan, Ludhiana.

Dr S. A. Ranpise is presently working as Head, Department of Horticulture and Director, Centre of Advanced Faculty Training in Horticulture(Fruits) in Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri. He has about thirty-three years of teaching, research and extension experience. He has to his credit 16 varieties, 39 research recommendations, 17 Books, 20 Book chapters, 110 research papers, 31 technical papers and 85 popular articles published in journals of national and international repute, magazines and newspapers. He has been awarded with VC Rawal highest Marathi Pustak Vikri Purskar; Best paper presentation in Poster Session by Ornamental Society of India in National Symposium and Late Randive first award for best paper on mango technology.

   

  Dry Land Farming
Post Harvest Technology
Fifth Dean Recommendation
Fruit Science
Pomology
 
   

   
   

  J K Dhemre
S A Ranpise
V P Kad
 
   

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Valus
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