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Ocana-De Jesus R.L.,Mexico ex Campus Universitario Carretera Toluca Ixtlahuaca | Gutierrez-Ibanez A.T.,Mexico ex Campus Universitario Carretera Toluca Ixtlahuaca | Sanchez-Pale J.R.,Mexico ex Campus Universitario Carretera Toluca Ixtlahuaca | Mariezcurrena-Berasain M.D.,Mexico ex Campus Universitario Carretera Toluca Ixtlahuaca | And 3 more authors.
Phyton | Year: 2015

The aim of the current research was to determine tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) microbiological quality produced under greenhouse conditions in 5 municipalities of the State of Mexico. Studies were conducted during the 2013 production cycle to know the risks and apply prevention strategies prior to its consumption. A microbiological analysis of samples of irrigation water, soil and 100 tomato fruits variety cid was performed to determine Aerobic Mesophiles, Total Coliforms and Fecal Coliforms. The methodology used were those according to the Official Mexican Standards NOM-109-SSA1-1994, NOM-110-SSA1-1994, NOM-092-SSA1-1994, NOM-113-SSA1-1994, and the Regulations of the National French Organization for Standardization (AFNOR) NF V08-60, and NOM-093-SSA1-1994, which establish the allowable limits for the study microorganisms. The results showed a zero level of pollution in water and soil samples. For fruits, levels of Aerobic Mesophilic were within the maximum limits permitted by the standards. The municipality of Texcaltitlan showed the highest average for these microorganisms (10083.80 CFU/mL). Huixquilucan showed 2266.84 CFU/mL for Total Coliforms. For Fecal Coliforms, municipalities of Coatepec and Texcaltitlan exceeded the allowed limit. © 2015, Fund Roulo Raggio. All rights reserved. Source

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