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Off-season cropping of mango


, : Off-season cropping of mango. Acta Horticulturae (24): 189-191

Of 18 mango varieties studied for a 10 years, 5 produced more than half their total crop during the off-season (from October to January instead of from May to August) and a further 5 produced from one-third to one-half of their total crop at this time.


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