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Тимур Баширович Жеруков Аслан Анатольевич Кумахов Анжела Арсеньевна Гадиева Залим-Гери Султанович Шибзухов Сабина Башировна Жерукова


In the course of solving the tasks was determined the optimum time of removal of fruits of different varieties of pears from the tree and the influence of this parameter on the storage time, the yield of standard fruits and losses. Evaluated the impact of applying a modified gas environment in its various versions for the standard fruits at the end of the retention period, the percentage of fruits affected by rot and physiological disorders.

It is well known that the fruits of the pear are stored much worse in comparison with the fruits of the apple tree. Pears of new varieties can be preserved without the use of CSG and low temperatures until February-March. In Table 1, we have given numerical data on the duration of storage of autumn and winter varieties of pears based on different harvesting periods. The analysis of these data indicates that the pear fruits of the Bere Ardanpon, Cheget and Bere Dil varieties showed the highest storage duration in the experiment (100-130 days). The pear fruits of these varieties were preserved well, almost regardless of different harvesting periods. At the same time, the pear fruits of the Bere Boek, Bere Bosk and Admiral Gervais varieties were preserved for 5-15 days longer at the first time of removal, unlike the third.

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