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Flowering and biennial bearing in Mangifera indica L


, : Flowering and biennial bearing in Mangifera indica L. Acta Horticulturae (24): 164-169

The carbohydrate and N contents of mango shoots in the biennial bearing Langra were higher during autumn and winter than in summer, as was the C/N ratio.


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