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Continual input of neonicotinoid insecticides occurs in the citrus orchards from southern China. However, it is still unknown about the variations in the distribution and accumulation of neonicotinoids in soil profiles along a long-term chronosequence of cultivation and the driving factors...

Zheng TaiHui; Zhang Jie; Tang ChongJun; Zhang YongFen; Duan Jian
Elsevier Ltd
Chemosphere, 2022, 286, Part 1,
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Five per cent of the UK’s consumption of tomatoes comes from one large-scale environmentally friendly greenhouse project completed last...

November 2021
Alexis Rendell-Dunn
CAB ReviewFull Text

The quality and safety of pepper (Piper nigrum L.) are a function of crop management practices, harvest maturity, harvesting methods and subsequent handling after harvest, including storage conditions and processing methods. The review shows that volatile oil decreases with shade intensity...

June 2021
postharvest physiology; food safety; reviews; volatile compounds; shade; light relations; essential oils; oleoresins; monoterpenes; alpha-pinene; sabinene; limonene; alpha-phellandrene; linalool; altitude; caryophyllene; phenols; fermentation; butyric acid; skatole; p-cresol; flavour; drying temperature; bulk density; moisture content; fruits; heavy metals; iron; lead; vanadium; mycotoxins; plasticizers; bisphenol A; pesticides; food contamination; soaking; microbial contamination; chemicals; food storage; crop quality; black pepper
Shango, A. J.; Mkojera, B. T.; Majubwa, R. O.; Mamiro, D. P.; Maerere, A. P.
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A long-term field experiment was conducted at Institutional research farm, ICAR-National Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, Odisha since 2012-13. The experiment was conducted in a split plot design involving two cropping systems i.e., rice-maize-cowpea (R-M-C) and rice-groundnut-cowpea (R-G-C)...

Jagadish Jena; Panda, B. B.; Narendra Pandey; Nayak, A. K.; Nayak, P. K.
Association of Rice Research Workers, Central Rice Research Institute
Oryza, 2021, 58, 3, pp 362-374

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