EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Control of fungal spoilage in Alphonso mangoes by pre-harvest application of fungicides


, : Control of fungal spoilage in Alphonso mangoes by pre-harvest application of fungicides. Acta Horticulturae (24): 224-226

The post-harvest fungal spoilage of mangoes was reduced from 27% to 9% in fruit from trees which had received 0.5% captan sprays during flowering.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 000050732

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Subramanyam H.; Narayana Moorthy N.V.; Lakshiminarayana S.; Dalal V.B., 1972: Control of fungal spoilage in alphonso mangoes d by pre harvest application of fungicides. Acta Horticulturae (Wageningen) 24: 224-226

Palejwala V.A.; Modi V.V., 1985: Post harvest spoilage of mangoes mangifera indica cultivars alphonso langra by penicillium cyclopium and its control by gamma radiation and a fungicide. P. cyclopium was isolated from spoiled ripe 'Alphonso' mango. Spores were resistant up to a 500 krad dose of .gamma.-radiation. A 25 krad dose treatment which is normally used for the prolongation of shelf life of mangoes did not protect...

Subramanyam, H., E.Al., 1969: Control of spoilage and inhibition of ripening in Alphonso mangoes by fumigation. Mango fruits were fumigated with methyl bromide, methyl formate, ethylene oxide and chloropicrin at concentrations of 32 mg./l. and stored at ambient or reduced temperatures. Ethylene oxide inhibited ripening, delayed spoilage due to fungi and pro...

Castro, J.V. de; Sigrist, J.M.M.; Bleinroth, E.W.; Yokomizo, Y.; Carvalho, P.R.N., 1985: Effect of post-harvest application of fungicides on control of anthracnose in mangoes. Mature green cv. Bourbon mangoes were treated within 12 h of harvesting with (i) 500 or (ii) 1000 p.p.m. thiophanate-methyl, (iii) 500 p.p.m. thiophanate-methyl + 500 p.p.m. dichloran, or (iv) 500 p.p.m. thiabendazole, and ripened at 20-25 degrees...

Toraskar, M.; Modi, V., 1989: Studies on spoilage of Alphonso mangoes by Saccharomyces cerevisiae. A yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae was isolated from naturally spoiled Alphonso mango fruit. Artificial inoculation studies indicated that the ripe mangoes were most susceptible to spoilage. The factors that make the ripe fruit most susceptible to...

Sufi, N.; Kaputo, M.; Stead, M., 1977: Control of post harvest spoilage in mangoes. Zambia journal of science and technology: 2 (2) 21-23

Lakshminarayana, S.; Krishnaprasad, C.A.; Shetty, M.S., 1974: Hot water treatment to regulate ripening and reduce spoilage of Alphonso mangoes. Mangoes, cv. Alphonso, were harvested at various stages of maturity during 1971-72 and hot-water treated at 54 plus or minus 1 deg C for 5 min to regulate ripening and control post-harvest microbial spoilage. The treatment accelerated ripening and...

Palejwala, V.; Sattur, A.; Modi, V., 1989: Strategies for the control of post-harvest spoilage of mangoes by Penicillium cyclopium. A fungus Penicillium cyclopium was isolated from ripe spoiled mango. Ripe fruits were more susceptible to infection by this mould as compared to unripe fruits. Various physical and chemical agents have been examined in an attempt to control spoila...

Palejwala, V.A.; Modi, V.V., 1985: Post harvest spoilage of mangoes by Penicillium cyclopium and its control by gamma-radiation and a fungicide. P. cyclopium was isolated from a spoiled ripe mango cv. Alphonso in India. Spores were found resistant up to 500 krad gamma -radiation; thus the 25 krad treatment normally used to prolong shelf life of mangoes could not protect them against natura...

Dennis, C., 1973: The effect of pre-harvest fungicides on the fungal flora of freshly harvested strawberries and on fungal spoilage of stored strawberries. Benomyl and elvaron reduced the count of Cladosporium and Penicillium spp., Aureobasidium pullulans and Botrytis cinerea on early season fruit, but this reduction was not always apparent on late season fruit. Both fungicides decreased the incidenc...