QUALITY CONTROL IN FARM:

The nutritional levels of the tree are measured during the global phenological phase of the crop, mainly nitrogen and calcium, the balance of these elements avoid internal disorders in the fruit during ripening.

Weekly controls of dry matter, color, firmness and brix are made 4 weeks before the harvest until reaching the optimum balance of these parameters.

QUALITY CONTROL IN POSTHARVEST:

When the fruits arrive at packing, the following parameters are evaluated; Brix, color, firmness and dry matter, according to the results are taken many decisions for the process and conditioning of the fruit for the different markets.

The most important aspect to success in the maturation of the fruits is the picking point, an alignment of the parameters will make that fruits sweeter, with a good texture, aroma and good flavor.