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Effect of fertilizer, potassium nitrate sprays and irrigation on the physico-chemical composition of mango (Mangifera indica L.) fruits cv. Carabao


, : Effect of fertilizer, potassium nitrate sprays and irrigation on the physico-chemical composition of mango (Mangifera indica L.) fruits cv. Carabao. South Indian Horticulture 40(1): 9-15

Trials were conducted from June 1990 to Mar. 1991 on 7.5-year-old trees grown at a spacing of 14 x 14 m. The trees received the following treatments: complete mango fertilizer at 0, 2 or 4 kg/tree, applied in 2 equal doses in June and Oct.; KNO3 at 0, 10 or 20 g/litre, applied as a spray in Nov. to induce flowering (control trees were sprayed with water); and irrigation, as 5 applications at 15-day intervals from full bloom, or no irrigation.


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