Jump to Main Content
- Zhao, Y.; Abbar, S.; Amoah, B.; Phillips, T.W.; Schilling, M.W.
- Meat science 2016 v.111 pp. 183-191
- propylene glycol, etc ; Coleoptera; bioactive compounds; cheeses; cold treatment; cured meats; ham; industry; integrated pest management; methyl bromide; mites; pest control; pests; phosphine; physical control; sulfuryl fluoride; United States; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Dry-cured hams can become infested with ham mites, red-legged beetles, cheese skippers, and larder beetles during the aging process. Though other methods may be used for beetles and cheese skippers, methyl bromide is the only available fumigant that is effective at controlling ham mites in dry-cured ham plants in the United States. However, methyl bromide will be phased out of all industries by ap ...
- Chorus Open Access: