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Susceptibility and intensity of malformation in mango cultivars of Uttar Pradesh



Susceptibility and intensity of malformation in mango cultivars of Uttar Pradesh



Recent Horticulture 3(1): 4-7



The incidence of panicle malformation in 10- and 20-year-old trees of 10 mango cultivars was studied during 1987-88 and 1988-89. All cultivars except Bhadauran were susceptible. The highest incidence occurred in Khasulkhas (34.51% of panicles malformed), followed by Gulabkhas (29.58%), Dashehari (20.50%) and Chausa (16.39%). Percentage malformation was significantly lower in Safeda Malihabad, Rataul, Bombay Green and Langra, averaging 8.19-11.65%.

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