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Physico-chemical characteristics of some mango cultivars under sub mountainous regions of Himachal Pradesh



Physico-chemical characteristics of some mango cultivars under sub mountainous regions of Himachal Pradesh



Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 18(1-2): 51-55



Fruits of 7 cultivars of Mangifera indica were analysed for 12 biochemical and yield characters over 2 seasons (1983 and 1984). Yields were highest in Malika (3.7 and 8.5 kg/plant) which also produced the highest fruit weight (464.4 and 312.6 g) and fruit volume (427.0 and 295.0 ml). The largest stone weight was recorded in Dashehari (16.8 and 17.0%). Malika had the highest pulp yields (70.1 and 74.2%).

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