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Mango malformation - a review of work done at the Horticultural Research Institute, Saharanpur, India






Acta Horticulturae (24): 227-229

Mango malformation - a review of work done at the Horticultural Research Institute, Saharanpur, India

A review of studies on varietal susceptibility, disease transmission, the association of the mite Aceria mangiferae with flower malformation and control measures.


Accession: 000132900



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