Pear Drying

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1950/1951
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Roger, E.
Jackson, T. H.
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It is a characteristic of fruit-growing countries with only a small internal market that in years when crops are good there is generally a glut of certain kinds of fruit, with the result that as the season advances, prices fall below the cost of production. Most growers that the situation can be alleviated by better distribution and marketing, but few are aware that some kinds of fruit can be processed on the farm with inexpensive equipment, which changes an extremely perishable com- modity into one which will keep indefinitely
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 16, p. 84-85
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