Responses of persimmon (Diospyros kaki) fruits to different fruit coatings during postharvest storage at ambient temperature
Keywords:Aloe vera gel, Ambient temperature, Edible coating, Fruit coating, Persimmon, Postharvest, Shelf life, Storage duration, Wax
Horticultural crops are a key source of food and nutrition for human beings since the beginning of time.
Storage of horticultural crops after harvesting and marketing has numerous distinctive characteristics due to
the unique properties of the crops. Due to high perishability, seasonal dependence and bulky harvest in a season,
horticultural crops require special care and attention, for delaying ripening and senescence during the transportation
of product to distinct markets require proper skills. Edible coating have been long used to preserve the quality of
horticultural products and many studies have proved the beneficial effects of these coating, so the current study is
carried out to investigate the effects of different edible
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