PURGING OF CO2 FROM CUCUMBER BRINES TO REDUCE BLOATER DAMAGE
Paper no. 4618 of the Journal Series of the North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh.
We thank Pickle Packers International, Inc., and particularly W.R. Moore Jr., for continued encouragement and support of this work. We also thank D.H. Wallace, Atkins Pickle Company, Inc. (Atkins, Ark.) and M.W. Lingle, formerly of Atkins Pickle Company, and now with Chr. Hansen's Lab., Inc. (Milwaukee, Wisc.); J.N. Walker and L.H. Hontz, Mount Olive Pickle Co. (Mount Olive, N.C.); Michael Bershad, S.D. Rubin and Buck Fleming, Perfect Packed Products Co., Inc. (Henderson, N.C.) for materials and assistance. In addition, we thank R.L. Sellars and R.S. Porubcan, Chr. Hansen's Lab., Inc. (Milwaukee. Wisc.), for frozen cultures and for assistance with commercial-scale experiments.
Further. we are indebted to the following individuals from North Carolina State University, Raleigh: F.J. Hassler, E.G. Humphries and R.G. Holmes, Dept. of Biological & Agricultural Engineering, for helpful discussions on sparger designs; R.J. Monroe, Dept. of Statistics. for advice on statistical analyses; and R.E. Kelling of our laboratory for assistance with some of the analyses.
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