1 Factors Affecting Sweet Cherry Fruit Pitting Resistance/Susceptibility Yan Wang Postharvest Physiologist MCAREC, OSU
2 Sweet cherry pitting #1 postharvest disorder Pitting not only detract from the appearance but also hasten fruit deterioration
3 Rational of the study However, limited research on pitting of the new late-season cultivars. Sweetheart, Lapins, Skeena Pitting data in literature were generated on Lambert, Van, and Bing, with extremely contradictory results. Both growers and packers need the information on 1. What cause pitting, 2. Factors influence pitting susceptibility, on the current major cultivars.
4 Scenario of pitting formation Epidermis Hypodermis Mesocarp Healthy fruit Pitting Impact/compact damage on skin 10 layers of parenchyma cells in mesocarp collapsed and water loss Necrotic lesion formed after 1-2 weeks in storage/shipping Vascular tissue Skin depression occurred underlied the necrotic lesion Wade and Bain, cv. Ron s Seedling
5 What cause pitting of sweet cherries Heat/moisture stresses cause pitting on trees (>90 F for 3d) Skeena Regina Mechanical stresses
6 Mechanical stress & Pitting Picking Pitting generated by Squeezing by hands Fruit-to-bucket Fruit-to-fruit Fruit-to-stem
8 Pitting resistance/susceptibility However, It is often not possible to avoid all these mechanical stresses during picking, packing, and transportation. Therefore, increasing fruit pitting resistance is important. Pre-harvest factors Pre-harvest GA 3 and Ca 2+ sprays Harvest maturity Crop load Postharvest factors Postharvest Ca 2+ treatment Edible coating Fruit pulp temperature
9 1. Pre-harvest GA 3, Ca 2+ applications to increase pitting resistance of sweet cherries Yan Wang and Todd Einhorn
10 1.1. GA 3 increased fruit firmness Sweetheart, Lapins Two pitting susceptible cultivars Application rate, Application frequency, Production year, Application timing. GA 3 increased FF on both cultivars in different years Response saturated at a single, low rate (20-25 ppm) There is a wide application window: ±10d from straw color stage
11 As a result of the increased FF, GA 3 reduced pitting Response saturated at a single, low rate (20-25 ppm) Application window: ±10d from straw color stage
12 1.2. Pre-harvest calcium (Ca) sprays Ca plays an extremely important role in the fruit for Cell wall structure and strength Cell plasma membrane structure and integrity However, fruit are often deficient in Ca due to its low mobility in plants: Acid soil Ca in soil at low ph (i.e., <6) is not available for root uptake. High growing temperature Inhibit Ca uptake and transportation. Water stress, high humidity Plant uptakes and transports Ca by water flow in xylem. Low crop load Ca tends to move into actively growing leaves and shoots in stead of fruit in the condition of low crop load. High N and K levels Competition
13 Tissue Ca content & pitting susceptibility Different cultivars Pitting susceptible cultivars, like Van, have low Ca content, Pitting resistant cultivars, like Regina, have higher Ca content. Bing from different orchards Higher Ca content, less pitting, Lower Ca content, more pitting.
14 Different orchards: Skeena
15 Pre-harvest Ca 2+ sprays on Lapins A preliminary trial: CaCl 2 at 0.2% multiple sprays (6) on Lapins Increased tissue Ca content
16 Pre-harvest Ca 2+ sprays on Lapins A preliminary trial: CaCl 2 at 0.2% multiple sprays (6) on Lapins Increased tissue Ca content Increased FF Reduced pitting susceptibility
17 Pre-harvest Ca 2+ sprays on Lapins A preliminary trial: CaCl 2 at 0.2% multiple sprays (6) on Lapins Increased tissue Ca content Increased FF and pitting resistance Limited pedicel browning after 3 weeks of storage/shipping Control Ca at 0.2%
18 Pre-harvest Ca 2+ sprays on Lapins A preliminary trial: CaCl 2 at 0.2% multiple sprays (6) on Lapins Increased tissue Ca content Increased FF and pitting resistance Limited pedicel browning Reduced decay after 4 weeks of storage + 2d at room temperature.
19 Pre-harvest Ca 2+ sprays improve heat resistance A preliminary trial: CaCl 2 sprays on Skeena before heat stress. Reduced pitting caused by heat stress. Control CaCl 2 at 0.2%
20 Need more research on pre-harvest Ca 2+ sprays To optimize: 1. Ca sources: CaCl 2, Ca(NO 3 ) 2, Ca citrate, Ca acetate, Chelated Ca 2. Application rate 3. Application timing 4. Application frequency
21 2. Harvest maturity affects pitting susceptibility of sweet cherries Yan Wang and Todd Einhorn
23 Harvest maturity affects pitting susceptibility As harvest timing delayed, Sweetheart ctifl 3-6; Lapins ctifl 4-7 However, fruit softened. Pitting susceptibility increased. Sweetheart at ; Lapins at
24 More mature, more susceptible to pitting Collected on line
25 Late harvest Pedicel browning: senescence Luster color loss After 4 weeks in storage at 32 F ctifl 3.5 ctifl 4.5 ctifl 5.5 ctifl 6.5
26 Conclusion (harvest maturity) To balance eating quality and shipping quality: Sweetheart at ctifl 4.5 Lapins at ctifl 5.5 Enough size and sugar, Less pitting, better luster, limited pedicel browning after storage/shipping.
27 3. Crop load (Yan Wang and Todd Einhorn) Three Crop loads: Low = 2-3 fruit/spur; Moderate = 5-7 fruit/spur; Heavy = >10 fruit/spur. Heavy crop load reduced fruit size, SSC, and fruit firmness (FF). At harvest 2 weeks at 32 F FD RR FF SSC TA FF SSC TA IP PI (mm) (ml kg -1 h -1 ) (g mm -1 ) (%) (%) (g mm -1 ) (%) (%) (1-4) (%) Lapins 2012 L 30.9a 21.4b 304a 18.7a 0.84a 316a 17.9a 0.60a 2.58b 8.5b M 29.1b 24.7ab 279b 15.9b 0.82a 295b 15.3b 0.61a 2.72ab 19.6ab H 27.3c 25.9a 263b 14.3c 0.85a 287b 14.5b 0.55b 2.92a 26.8a Lapins 2013 L 31.4a 22.6b 258a b M 29.3b 23.1b 263a b H 27.2c 28.6a 218b a Sweetheart 2012 L 28.9a 16.7b 366a 20.6a 0.87a 388a 21.2a 0.77a 2.56b 5.5b M 27.0b 16.8b 338b 19.5a 0.89a 365b 19.3b 0.76a 2.61ab 11.1a H 26.2c 23.5a 329b 17.3b 0.84a 356b 16.9c 0.70b 2.79a 12.3a Sweetheart 2013 L 28.4a 17.6a 409a 22.5a 0.91a 511a 22.1a 0.85a 2.22a M 28.2a 18.8a 415a 22.7a 0.85b 520a 21.3a 0.8b 2.28a H 27.5a 19.3a 394a 20.5b 0.73c 488b 19.7b 0.71c 2.29a
28 Crop load affects pitting susceptibility Heavy crop load, more susceptible to pitting.
29 FF is a pitting resistance predictor A wide rang of fruit quality and pitting susceptibility was generated by GA 3, harvest maturity, and crop load treatments: FF had a significant negative correlation with pitting susceptibility. SSC, size, RR, and TA were poorly related to Pitting.
30 4. Postharvest Ca treatment Calcium salts are widely used in food industry. Calcium carbonate Calcium citrate Enhance nutritional value Calcium lactate Calcium chloride Calcium phosphate Calcium propionate Calcium gluconate Preservation Enhancement of product firmness
31 Postharvest Ca treatment Calcium treatments represent a safe and effective method for increasing the quality and storage life of a wide range of fruit. apple, peach, tomato, cantaloupe, grapefruit, pomegranate, strawberry, papaya OptiCAL However, no reports on sweet cherry. Two year study: The effect of adding OptiCAL in hydrocooling water on pitting of sweet cherry
32 Postharvest Ca treatment and tissue Ca content Opti-CAL in hydro-cooling water at % for 5 or 30 min. Increase tissue [Ca] Cherry fruit uptake Ca 2+ pretty fast at low temperature, compared to other fruit.
33 Postharvest Ca treatment and pitting Opti-CAL in hydro-cooling water at % for 5 min. Increase FF, reduce pitting susceptibility
34 Postharvest Ca treatment and pedicel quality Opti-CAL in hydro-cooling water for 5 min maintained Lapins pedicel quality at % but damaged pedicel at %. Control Ca 0.2% Ca 0.5% Ca 1.0% Ca 2.0%
35 Postharvest Ca treatment and pedicel quality Opti-CAL in cold water for min maintained Skeena pedicel quality at % but damaged pedicel at %. Control Ca 0.2% Ca 0.5% Ca 1.0% Ca 2.0%
36 5. Edible coatings Research reported that the following coatings improve shipping quality of sweet cherries. Semperfresh TM Registered for sweet cherry postharvest use. Alginate Brown Algae Chitosan Shrimp shells and other sea crustaceans. Aloe Vera
37 Edible coatings Literature indicated that edible coatings improve shipping quality by 1. Reduce respiration rate 2. Reduce moisture loss Pedicel quality 3. Reduce decay and food safety microbial. We found that edible coating application rates affect pitting expression of PNW sweet cherry.
38 Semperfresh TM and pitting Semperfresh TM at 0.5% reduced pitting Chelan Sweetheart Reduced moisture loss Higher rate at 1.0% increased pitting of Sweetheart. Localized O 2 deficiency
39 Semperfresh TM and pitting
41 6. Fruit pulp temperature and pitting susceptibility The lower the pulp temperature, the more susceptible to pitting. Lapins Sweetheart
42 Box filling and pitting Fruit pulp temperature at box filling = F, therefore, extremely sensitive to pitting. Reducing the drop height or cushion the drop reduced pitting incidence.
43 Take home message s Heat/moisture stresses can cause Skeena pitting on the trees. Pre-harvest GA 3 at a single low rate and Ca 2+ multiple applications at low rate enhance fruit firmness and reduce pitting susceptibility. More mature, softer fruit and more susceptible to pitting The optimum harvest maturity: Sweetheart at 4.5; Lapins at 5.5 Heavy crop load reduces fruit firmness and increases pitting. Tissue Ca content is related to pitting resistance. Sweet cherry fruit uptake Ca 2+ at low temperature fast. Adding OptiCAL TM at % in hydro-cooling water for 5min increases fruit Ca 2+ content and pitting resistance. Higher rates at % damage pedicel quality. Semperfresh TM reduce pitting at 0.5%, but increase pitting at higher rate. The lower the fruit pulp temperature, the higher susceptibility to pitting. Box filling during on-line packing generates significant pitting. Reducing drop height or cushion the drop during box filling reduce pitting.
44 Thank you for your attention and research support!
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