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Articles by Benjawan Chutichudet
Total Records ( 4 ) for Benjawan Chutichudet
  Benjawan Chutichudet and P. Chutichudet
  The effects of preharvest different shading (0, 50, 60, 70 and 80%) on the contents of phenolic and quinone, leaf color, browning appearance and activity of Polyphenol Oxidase (PPO) were evaluated on lettuce cv. Grand Rapids under field conditions. A Completely Randomized Design was arranged with four replications and composed of five treatments: no shading (Control) compared with shading sunlight to 50, 60, 70 or 80% when the plants aged 15 Days After Planting (DAP). The results showed that plants grown under shading of 60% sunlight had the lowest contents of both phenolic and quinone substances. In addition, leaf color from plants treated with 60% shading showed the lowest a* value. Furthermore, at harvest, both the least browning damage and the minimal activity of PPO were achieved with the treatment of 60% reduction of sunlight.
  Benjawan Chutichudet and P. Chutichudet
  Patumma flower is one of the new exported cut flower that faces with the poor vase life affecting to this flower’s price after cutting. Effects of true flower thinning in conjunction with 1-MCP fumigation at 0, 100 and 300 ppb on postharvest changes and vase life of patumma flower 'Chiang Mai Pink' was studied at ambient conditions (27°C, 91% RH). A Factorial in Completely Randomized Design was arranged with two factors: flower thinning and 1-MCP concentrations. The experiment was conducted from May-September 2011 with four replications and ten flowers per replication. Flowering weight loss, water uptake, bract color and vase life were recorded every other day. The results showed that treatments with true flower thinning, irrespective of 1-MCP application, caused the least flowering weight loss and maintained the highest bract color in terms of L* and a*. In addition, deflowered flowers with no treatments with 1-MCP had maximal vase life of 20.10 days.
  Benjawan Chutichudet and Prasit Chutichudet
  The main problem limiting yard long bean production is the beans susceptibility to disease which leads to growth damage. The aim of this experiment was to prove the effects of different aged yard long bean scion grafted onto giant sensitive plant rootstock. The effects on yard long bean production, survival percentage, death percentage and graft union evaluation were studied. The experiment was arranged in a Completely Randomized Design, composed of five different scion ages: 15 Days after Planting (DAP), 20 DAP, 25 DAP, 30 DAP and 35 DAP. Each treatment consisted of four replications, with 15 plants in each replicate. The five scion ages of yard long bean were grafted by hand onto three-month-old giant sensitive rootstock. Grafting was evaluated by using the Tongue approach. The experiment was undertaken at the Department of Agricultural Technology, Faculty of Technology, Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham, Thailand from March to July, 2011. The results showed that different ages of yard long bean scion had strong incompatibility with giant sensitive stock. The 25 DAP scion that were grafted onto the giant sensitive stock had the maximal survival percentage and the lowest death rate after grafting. No marked differences in graft union appearance were observed among those treated. However, the results of yard long bean scion grafted onto giant sensitive stock showed very few potential successes.
  P. Chutichudet , Benjawan Chutichudet and S. Kaewsit
  This laboratory experiment was carried out at the Department of Agricultural Technology, Mahasarakham University, Northeast Thailand during June to October 2007. The experiment aimed to search for the most appropriate harvesting age of fruits of Santol orchard plants with respect to colour, tissue texture, total soluble solid content, titratable acidity and pH of Santol fruits. A Randomised Complete Block Design (RCBD) with four replications was used. Each replication consisted of 10 fruits, thus a total of 160 fruits were used. The Santol fruits were harvested at different ages, i.e., 100, 115, 130 and 145 days after full bloom of flowers and these harvested ages were used as treatments, i.e., 100 for T1 (Control), 115 for T2, 130 for T3 and 145 for T4. The results showed that the most appropriate harvesting date for high quality Santol fruits was found with T4, i.e., 145 days after full bloom of flowers where Santol fruits of T4 gave the highest mean values of fruit length, diameter, fresh weight fruit-1 of 10.71 cm, 9.31 cm and 399.76 g, respectively. Yellowness of skin colour of fruits was evenly distributed. Total soluble solid content of pericarp, flesh tissue and seeds were highest for T4 with mean values of 13.93, 15.05 and 18.260 brix, respectively. Flesh texture density highly decreased with an increase in numbers of days after full bloom of flowers. Titratable acidity content in fruits was highly decreased with an increase in numbers of days after full bloom of flowers whereas a reverse was found with pH of fruit juices.
 
 
 
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