Cost of drying cut fruit in California by Alexander Joss

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Published by University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station in Berkeley, Calif .

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Statementby Alexander Joss
SeriesGiannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics. Mimeographed report -- no. 85, Mimeographed report (Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics) -- no. 85.
ContributionsCalifornia Agricultural Experiment Station, Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics
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Pagination41 leaves :
Number of Pages41
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Open LibraryOL25618357M

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When five percentage points of moisture are removed (for example from 20 percent moisture down to 15 percent moisture, wet basis), you could expect to use gallons of LP per bushel (5 points x gal per bushel per point).

If LP gas costs $ per gal, the gas cost would be about $ per bushel. It depends on how you want to sell it. Usually dry fruits are sold on hand pushed carts. They cost very less(Rs –). I don't know exactly.

That and you. Unpeeled or uncovered fruits need to be treated to destroy insect eggs that might have gotten on the fruit. Heat dried fruit in the oven at °F for 30 minutes or chill in the freezer at 0°F or below for 48 hours.

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