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Studies on irregular bearing of mango (Mangifera indica L.). II. Changes in mineral composition of leaf and shoot in relation to fruit-bud differentiation



Studies on irregular bearing of mango (Mangifera indica L.). II. Changes in mineral composition of leaf and shoot in relation to fruit-bud differentiation



Advances in Horticulture and Forestry 6: 1-7



An experiment was carried out in 1987-89 at Kalyani, West Bengal, India, to evaluate the effect of Ethrel (ethephon, 40% a.i.) at 1 ml/litre, KNO3 at 10 g/litre, MH at 400 mg/litre, TIBA at 1 g/litre and distilled water (control) on the leaf and shoot mineral composition of mango cultivars Himsagar, Langra and Baramasia prior to flowering. Chemicals were applied 4 times at monthly intervals between 20 September and 20 December.

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