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Control of green mould of kinnow fruits caused by Penicillium digitatum through diphenyl wrappers



Control of green mould of kinnow fruits caused by Penicillium digitatum through diphenyl wrappers



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 17(3): 269-270



The efficacy of the wrappers on kinnow mandarins in preventing the storage decay was evaluated. A concn of 40 mg diphenyl/wrap gave 89.8% control of the disease in fruit inoculated before and 100% in those inoculated after wrapping.

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