What is the ideal temperature for storing seeds in a cold storage?
Seeds stored in cold storage have different storage temperatures due to differences in variety. Overall, there are three types of temperatures suitable for seed storage. Short term seed storage is used to preserve productive seeds, with a design temperature generally controlled at 15 ℃ -20 ℃ and a relative humidity of 50% -60%. It is recommended to use cloth bags, paper bags, and glass containers for packaging.
he construction of refrigeration and preservation facilities in agricultural product production areas has entered the "fast lane"
The reporter learned from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs that the construction project of cold chain logistics facilities for agricultural product storage and preservation has been implemented for more than two years, and the construction of cold storage and preservation facilities in agricultural product production areas has progressed smoothly, achieving phased results. Around the main production areas of agricultural products and the advantageous areas of characteristic agricul
Introduction to Vacuum Refrigeration Equipment and Technology
The theory of vacuum refrigeration technology originated from Dr. Stanley P. Burg, an American scientist. With the direct assistance of Dr. Burg, Professor Zheng of our company spent more than 20 years of independent research and development, ultimately achieving technological maturity, cost reduction, and mass production of vacuum refrigeration equipment. In the industry, it is widely recognized that hypobaric refrigeration is the latest generation of preservation technology after cold stor
What are the advantages of hypobaric storage for the preservation of fresh agricultural products
Decompression preservation technology is based on the development of vacuum technology, replacing atmospheric storage with gas displacement storage in a vacuum environment. This method can quickly change the air pressure inside the storage container and accurately control the gas composition to achieve a stable ultra-low oxygen environment. Therefore, decompression preservation has its unique characteristics both in theory and technology.
Overview of Vacuum Refrigeration Preservation Technology
Hypobaric cold storage is often referred to as hypobaric storage, abbreviated as LP in English. The theory was founded by American scientist Dr. Stanley P. Burg in the 1960s, and the technology was also invented by him. It is a pollution-free, non freezing physical preservation technology.
Decompression treatment of fresh agricultural products from their origin
Similar to pre cooling and with better results than pre cooling, it is a cold chain "Z first one kilometer" preservation treatment equipment. Its functions include: (1) quickly and effectively suppressing respiratory heat and ethylene generation, and one hour can simultaneously reduce the generation rate of both to 90%;