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Long-Term Storage Quality of Table Grapes as Influenced by Pre-Harvest Yeast Applications and Post-Harvest Use of Controlled Atmosphere
South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture
The effects of pre-harvest applications of antagonistic yeast and controlled atmosphere storage treatments on inhibiting Botrytis cinerea decay and maintaining the quality of table grapes were compared to identify a treatment that could replace the use of sulphur dioxide (SO2) during post-harvest handling. Treatments for this study included pre-harvest application of antagonistic yeasts Cryptococcus albidus (Yieldplus ® ), Cryptococcus sp. (LF) and Candida pelliculosa (R951) on table grapesdoi:10.21548/27-2-1618 fatcat:xlr2vsy6m5axtpnkgjwcj5c7ra