Summary of Epagri desenvolve técnica para ensacar a pitaya e deixar fruto mais bonito!

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The YouTube video "Epagri develops technique to package pitaya and make fruit more beautiful!" explores a new sustainable method for packaging pitaya, a relatively new crop in Brazil with unique challenges due to the lack of registered chemicals or insecticides for cultivation. Farmers face issues with insects such as the irapuá bee, which cannot be controlled, and spittlebugs, which cause significant damage. To overcome these challenges, researchers have developed a technique using a TNT bag for packaging pitaya fruits. The bag is secured with twine instead of being sewn, and is placed around the fruit approximately three to four days after flowering. After about 30 days, the bags are removed, revealing improved visual quality fruits with higher nutritional notes and superior color and shape. Interested parties can learn more about this innovation by accessing a free folder on IPAG's website.

  • 00:00:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "Epagri develops technique to package pitaya and make fruit more beautiful!", the speaker discusses a new innovation in research regarding the packaging of pitaya. The reason for this focus on pitaya is its relatively new status as a crop in Brazil, which currently lacks registered chemical or insecticide products for use in its cultivation. As a result, farmers face challenges with insects such as the irapuá bee, which is responsible for pollinating many native plants and cannot be controlled, and spittlebugs, which can also cause significant damage. To address sustainable production demands for both organic and conventional farmers, a technique for packaging these fruits has been developed to prevent insect attacks. The solution is simple, involving the use of a TNT bag; the bag is not sewn, but rather folded, doubled, and then secured with twine. After three to four days following the pitaya's flowering, the excess flowers are removed and the TNT bag is placed around the fruit. The bags are left on for approximately 30 days before harvest. The resulting fruits exhibit improved visual quality, as seen in the laboratory tests, which show higher nutritional notes and superior color and shape for the pitaya packaged in this way. Interested parties can find more information online, as IPAG offers a free folder on the pitaya packaging process, which can be accessed on their website.

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