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- Poblete-Echeverria, C., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Acta horticulturae 2018 no.1201 pp. 317-324
- acidity; fruit quality; image analysis; infrared spectroscopy; monitoring; non-climacteric fruits; pH; prediction; quality control; robots; shelf life; sugars; table grapes; vineyards
- ... Table grapes are non-climacteric fruit and the quality will not improve after harvest. The quality, therefore, should be maintained from harvest, through post-harvest and finally the retail shelf. However, due to the multi-faceted nature of table grape quality, it is very difficult to put a monitoring tool in place, which can measure both the chemical (TSS, TA, and pH) as well as the physical (app ...