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Effect of fertilization on yield and quality of mango fruit cv. Dashehari


, : Effect of fertilization on yield and quality of mango fruit cv. Dashehari. Progressive Horticulture 1993; 22(1-4): 44-50

Major (N, P and K) and trace (Cu, Zn and B) elements were applied through the soil and/or as a foliar spray, to 28-year-old mango Dashehari trees from 1988 to 1990. Soil applications were made in Sep./Oct. and Jan./Feb.; foliar applications were made in Sep./Oct. and when fruits were at the pea stage. With regard to major elements, the highest yields (number of fruits/tree and kg fruits/tree) were obtained with soil + foliar applications.

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