1st Edition

Postharvest Handling and Diseases of Horticultural Produces



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ISBN 9780367492892
June 15, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
448 Pages 101 Color & 6 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

"Postharvest handling and diseases of horticultural produces" describes all the postharvest techniques, handling, pre-cooling, postharvest treatment, edible coating and storage of the horticultural produces available to handle perishable horticultural food commodities covering the areas of horticulture, agricultural process engineering, postharvest technology, plant pathology and microbiology. Postharvest diseases with their causal agents of major fruits and vegetables are being described. The integrative strategies for management of postharvest diseases include effectively inhibiting the growth of pathogens, enhancing the resistance of hosts and improving environmental conditions resulting favourable to the host and unfavourable to the pathogen growth including biotechnological approaches. Adopting a thematic style, chapters are organized by type of treatment, with sections devoted to postharvest risk factors and their amelioration. The book chapters are written by experts in the field of plant pathology, horticulture, food science etc. and the book provides core insights into identifying and utilizing appropriate postharvest options for minimizing postharvest losses and enhance benefits of end-users.

Key Features

  • Presents the most recent developments in the field of postharvest handling technologies and diseases in a single volume.
  • Includes postharvest diseases of cut flowers, fruits, vegetables, and tubers crops.
  • Appropriate for students, researchers and professionals.
  • Written by experts which can be used as a reference resource.

Table of Contents

Postharvest losses of horticultural produces

Dinesh Singh, Ram Roshan Sharma and Amit Kumar Kesharwani

Effect of pre-harvest practices on postharvest quality and diseases of fruits

Ram Asrey and Amrita Das

Postharvest handling of fruits and vegetables for disease management

BVC Mahajan and Swati Kapoor

Postharvest Treatments for Horticultural Produce

R. R. Sharma, Raghavendra H.R., S. Sethi

Management of postharvest diseases of fruits and vegetables through chemicals

Dinesh Singh and Ravinder Pal Singh

Bio-control of Postharvest pathogens affecting perishable horticultural commodities

R R Sharma, Dinesh Singh, Vijay Rakesh Reddy S and Raghavendra H R

Endophytes: Management of post-harvest diseases of fruits and vegetables

V Shanmugam, Pothiraj G and Dauda W P

Management of postharvest diseases of fruits and vegetables through yeasts

Bharti Choudhary and Dinesh Singh

Management of postharvest diseases in fruits and vegetables by using botanicals

Gayatri Biswal and Dinesh Singh

Edible coatings for quality and disease management of fruits and vegetables

Shruti Sethi, Alka Joshi, Swarajya Laxmi Nayak

Mycotoxins and their impacts on human, plant and animal health

Deeba Kamil, Shiv Pratap Choudhary, Rubin Debbarma, Prameeladevi T. and R. Sudeep Toppo

Characterization and detection of mycotoxins from fruits and vegetables

Koteswara Rao V, Vaibhavi C Dhuri, Vishwambar N, Bhagyashree T

Application and monitoring of health hazardand codex alimentation for product and commodity

M S Yadav

Recent advances in postharvest handling and management of citrus diseases

Vinay J U, Shamarao Jahagirdar, Devappa V, Ashtaputre S A and Dinesh Singh

Postharvest diseases of mango and their management

P K Shukla, Tahseen Fatima, Gundappa and Nidhi Kumari

Postharvest diseases of banana and their management

Snehalatharani A., Devappa V. and Sangeetha C.G.

Postharvest diseases of grapes and their management

Raghavendra Achari and Devappa V

Postharvest diseases of guava and their management

Mamju Sharmna

Postharvest diseases of litchi and their management

Vinod Kumar and Ajit Kumar Dubedi Anal

Postharvest diseases of papaya and their management

Atul Kumar, Jai Prakash Singh, Pooja Singh and Shaily Javeria

Postharvest diseases of peach fruits and their management

Monica Sharma and Amit Sharma

Postharvest diseases of stone fruits and their management

Efath Shahnaz, Ali Anwar and Saba Banday

Postharvest diseases and disorders of apple: Perspectives for integrated management

KP Singh and Aravind T

Postharvest diseases of strawberry and their management

Satish K Sharma, Joginder Pal, and Anju Sharma

Postharvest diseases of pineapple and their management

Pankaj Baiswar, Tasvina R Borah and Akoijam R Singh

Postharvest diseases of minor fruits and their management

S D Somwanshi, Sunita J Magar and A P Suryawanshi

Postharvest diseases of potato and their management

Rajesh Kumar Ranjan, Dinesh Singh and Dinesh Rai

Postharvest diseases of tomato and their management

Devappa V, Sangeetha CG, Vinay MR, Snehalatha Rani, N Jhansirani and Srinivas P

Postharvest diseases of capsicum sp. and brinjal and their management

Sangeetha CG, Devappa V, Snehalatharani, Navyashree S E and Tirukovalur Sundeep

Postharvest diseases of onion and garlic and their management

Gurudatt M Hegde, Vinay J U and Shamarao Jahagirdar

Postharvest diseases of cucurbitaceous crops and their management

Dinesh Singh and Mehjabeen Afaque

Postharvest diseases of cole crops and their management

Raghavendra Mesta, Manjunath Hubballi and Archana TS

Postharvest diseases of leguminous vegetable crops and their management

AN Tripathi, D Singh, KK Pandey and J Singh

Postharvest diseases of tuber crops and their management

Veena SS, Visalakshi Chandra C, Jeeva ML, Makeshkumar T

Postharvest handling and disease management of cut flowers

M R Dhiman, Raj Kumar and Sandeep Kumar

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Editor(s)

Biography

Dr. Dinesh Singh (Principal Scientist), ICAR- IARI, New Delhi did his M. SC (Ag) and Ph. D. from Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi. He joined ARS services in January 1997 at IIVR, Varanasi and presently working as Principal Scientist at Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR- IARI, New Delhi. Dr. Singh has made significant contribution broadly in area of Plant Bacteriology and post harvest disease management. Dr. Singh has made significant contribution broadly in area of Plant Bacteriology. He characterized and deposited 176 isolates of Ralstonia solanacerarum, 217 isolates of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris, 6 isolates of X. oryzae pv. oryzae, 31 isolates of X. vesicatoria, 45 isolates of Bacillus spp. (B. subtilis, B. amyloliquifaciens, B. pumilus, B. cereus in the ITCC, Division of Plant Pathology, IARI, New Delhi. He developed multiplex - PCR based sensitive, specific and reliable protocol for simultaneous detection of R. solanacearum and Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora from potato tubers. He characterized two races of Ralstonia solanacerarum (Race 1 and race 3) and 3 races of X. campestris pv. campestris ( race 1, 4 & 6) from India. He developed talc based formulation of bacterial antagonists such as Pseudomonas flourescens DTPF-3, Bacillus subtilis DTBS-5 and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens DTBA-11 effective against fungal, bacterial diseases of plants. He has guided 4 Ph. D and 2 M. Sc. students in the field of plant bacteriology. He has published 122 research papers in pear reviewed reputed journals, 44 popular articles, 20 books, 79 book chapters, 5 technical bulletins, 8 training manuals and 2 practical manuals. He has been honoured and awards such as NESA Fellowship, NABS Fellow, IPS Fellow, SPPS Fellow, Bioved Fellowship Award, Honorary Fellowship Indian Mycological Society (FIMS) (2020), Dr. M. M. Alam Medal, Young Scientist Associate Award, Late shri P. P. Shinghal Memorial Award, J. P. Varma Memorial lecture Award, Reviewer Excellence Award, Award for Excellent in Research, Distinguished Scientist in Plant Pathology Award, Best Faculty Award from various professional societies and agencies.

Dr. R.R. Sharma born on 14th March, 1962 in Hamirpur (H.P.), Dr. Sharma completed his graduation (B.Sc. Agril.) from HPKV, Palampur and Masters in Horticulture (M.Sc.) from IARI, New Delhi. At present, he is working as Principal Scientist in the Division of Food Science and Postharvest Technology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India. He has developed eight varieties of mango and standardized several production and postharvest management technologies for different fruits including apple, mango, pomegranate, plum, kiwifruit, litchi and Kinnow mandarin. He has worked as International Mango Registrar of International Society for Horticultural Science for 5 years (1999-2004). He is Fellow of four National Academies such as National Academy of Agricultural Science, national Academy of Biological Science, Indian Academy of Horticultural Science, and National Environment Science Academy. He is recipient of Rajiv Gandhi award and Education award of Govt of India, Dr. Rajinder Prasad award of ICAR twice ( 2004 and 2010), IARI Beast teacher award, Dr R.N. Singh award of IARI, New Delhi twice ( 2004 and 2019). He is prolific writer and has authored 14 books on different aspects of fruit production and postharvest management, and published more than 180 research papers in journals of international and national repute. He is a member, Editorial Board of more than dozen International journals, and reviewer for more than 15 International and national journal. His Google Scholar Citation is more than 3500 with h-index of 29 and h-10 index of 70.

Dr. V. Devappa born on 22nd September 1970 and obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degree from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore and Ph.D from University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad. He joined University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during 1997 as Assistant Professor. Presently he is working as Professor & Head, Dept. of Plant Pathology, College of Horticulture, GKVK, Bengaluru since 27th May 2013 to till date. He is well known for his contributions on integrated disease management of vegetable and fruit crops and biological control of soil borne plant pathogens. He played a key role in developing 20 technologies in the field of Plant Pathology and these technologies are incorporated in the package of Practices for horticulture crops in Karnataka. He has 75 publications besides 3 books and 10 book chapters. Organized National level symposium on Climate Change and conducted 2 ICAR short courses on biological control and two workshops pertaining to horticulture crop disease management. He also served as a member in the editorial boards for six online journals. He has guided 4 Ph. D and 10 M.Sc students. He also visited different countries like Israel, Spain, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand etc. for scientific assignments and bagged more than 10 awards for his achievement’s in the field of Plant Pathology including different scientific societies. He is life member for more than ten scientific societies viz., Indian Phytopathological Society, Indian Society of Plant Protection Association, Karnataka Journal of Farm Sciences etc.

Dr Deeba Kamil born on 10th September, 1981 in Lucknow (U.P.), Dr. Kamil completed her graduation from Lucknow University, Lucknow and Masters in Agriculture (M.Sc.) from AAIDU, Naini, Allahabad and Ph.D. from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. At present, she is working as Senior Scientist in the Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India. She has made excellent contribution in plant pathological research. She has involved in the field of mycology especially fungal taxonomy and associated with Indian Type Cultute Collection and Herbarium Cryptogamme Indae Orientalis. She has also started the DNA barcoding of fungal cultures with Genus Fusarium. This was the first attempt from Fusarium barcoding from India. DNA barcoding of Trichoderma, Colletotrichum, Drechslera, Phoma, Aspergillus and Penicillium is also done. She was successful to develop molecular marker for many Trichoderma and Aspergillus species. She is being working on the delineation of different Fusarium species complex. She has also tried to produce silver nanoparticies by using different fungi and worked on their bio-efficacy against Plant Pathogens. She is recipient of MK Patel young scientist award, Women scientist awards and many more societies’ awards. She has authored 4 books on different aspects of plant pathology, and published more than 50 research papers in journals of international and national repute. She is reviewer for many International and national journal.