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Studies on physico-chemical characteristics of some mango cultivars under Chhattisgarh region of Madhya Pradesh



Studies on physico-chemical characteristics of some mango cultivars under Chhattisgarh region of Madhya Pradesh



Horticultural Journal 10(1): 9-14



The fruits of 6 cultivars (Langra, Dashehari, Sunderja, Mallika, Amrapali and Neeleswari) growing at the College of Agriculture, Raipur (Madhya Pradesh, India) were evaluated for their physico-chemical properties. Cultivar Mallika was superior to the other cultivars with regard to fruit size, fruit weight and pulp weight, with low stone and peel percentages. Langra and Sunderja also produced fruits of good weight and size, with high pulp and low stone percentages.

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