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A survey of some mango cultivars in Ghana


, : A survey of some mango cultivars in Ghana. Acta Horticulturae (53): 311-315

A 2-year survey of 4 established and 10 imported mango cvs in selected areas of Ghana showed that most of the introduced cvs had fruit with very attractive external colour, of good quality and low fibre content.

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