Post Harvesting

Post-harvesting is the process of handling and storing crops after they have been harvested. It includes activities such as cleaning, grading, sorting, packaging, and storing. Proper post-harvesting practices are essential for maintaining the quality and freshness of crops, reducing losses, and ensuring that crops are safe for consumption. Post-harvesting also plays a crucial role in the marketing and distribution of crops, as it affects their shelf life and appearance. Overall, post-harvesting is an important stage in the agricultural and horticultural production chain, and requires careful attention to ensure that crops are handled and stored properly to maximize their value and quality.

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