Oranges and grapefruit: shipping point inspection instructions for citrus grown in Texas and states other than Florida, California, and Arizona
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Fruit and Vegetable Division, Fresh Products Branch, 1983 - 65 páginas
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amount of dryness blotch bulge citrus color added color of flesh Damage Including Decay defects are found describing determine the number dryness or mushy fails to meet fairly uniform fairly well colored Firmness following terms Freezing Injury grade defects grapefruit green color inch in diameter Ind Cum AL-10 Ind Cum AL-6 inspector internal defects irregular l/4 inch slice Lue Gim Gong Maturity Maximum Decay maximum diameter Maximum Off-Siz Maximum Total meet the requirements mushy condition Navel Oranges number of fruit number of samples Number of Seeds oil spots orange color percentage of U.S. Plan PRELIMINARY NOTE SHEET Quality and Condition Refer to pars reported requirements of fairly Russet Satsuma scars Seeds and Color segments shape Shipping Point Inspection skin breakdown Specified in grade spots or oil Sprouted Seeds Standard Pack stem-end TEXAS ORANGE texture Thickness of Skin Tolerance Tables U.S. Fancy Valencia