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Investigations on the control of black tip disorder of mango

Acta Horticulturae (24): 215-216

Investigations on the control of black tip disorder of mango

Another account of work reported in the preceding abstract.

Accession: 000124076

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Pal, R.N.; Chadha, K.L., 1980: Black-tip disorder of mango - a review. A review and discussion on the symptoms of black-tip disorder, varietal susceptibility, causes and biochemical aspects. The disorder is attributed to the harmful effects of brick-kiln fumes and control measures to arrest or counteract the air poll...

Zhang, C.; Huang, H.; Kuang, Y., 1995: A study of the cause of the mango black tip disorder. Causative factors of the fruit black tip disorder (BT) in mango (Mangifera indica L.) have been studied in Guangdong Province, China. Dipping fruits in 150 and 600 mg kg-1 fluoride solutions induced symptoms similar to that of the black tip disord...

Chandra, A.; Yamdagni, R., 1984: A note on the effect of borax and sodium carbonate sprays on the incidence of black-tip disorder in mango. To prevent the occurrence of black-tip, caused by acidic fumes from brick kilns, trees of the cv. Dusheri growing at 2 localities were sprayed with either chemical at the marble-size fruit stage. Treatment with 2% sodium carbonate reduced the inci...

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