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Role of mango bud mite Aceria mangiferae Sayed in mango malformation


, : Role of mango bud mite Aceria mangiferae Sayed in mango malformation. Acta Horticulturae (24): 238

One-year-old malformed saplings containing mites were pruned to leave single malformed buds and these were treated with 0.1% diazinon emulsion at monthly intervals to keep the saplings mite-free. As a result of the treatment malformed buds developed normally and the seedlings were still healthy after 15 months.


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