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Actual situation, problems and prospects of mango development in the Canary Islands


, : Actual situation, problems and prospects of mango development in the Canary Islands. Acta Horticulturae (102): 7-14

Embryo abortion during flowering (due to low winter temperatures) is the main problem: Zn and Fe deficiencies and various pests and diseases are also troublesome.


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