A comparative analysis of postharvest rind colour and antioxidant composition of 'Marsh' grapefruit harvested from different canopy position of the tree (Olaoluwa Omoniyi Olarewaju)

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Olaoluwa Omoniyi Olarewaju

Olaoluwa Omoniyi Olarewaju obtained his BAgric (Hort) from the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria. He is currently a Doctoral Fellow at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. His research focuses on identifying pre-symptomatic bio-markers and non-destructive prediction of physiological rind disorders of citrus fruit with a view to identifying innovative techniques of managing postharvest losses in the fresh fruit industry.

Olaoluwa Omoniyi Olarewaju won an ISHS student award for the best poster at the III All Africa Horticultural Congress in Nigeria in August 2016.

Contact
Olaoluwa Omoniyi Olarewaju, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, e-mail: ooolarewaju1@gmail.com

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