Science Into Practice - The influence of storage on Bramley rotting

Many growers commonly lose 10 per cent or more of late stored Bramley apples, particularly through Nectria galligena, the fungus that causes apple canker in the orchard. The five per cent CO2, one per cent O2 storage regime improves control of bitter pit and superficial scald, but this has the adverse effect of promoting Nectria fruit rots.

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