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Physico-chemical characters of fruits of some mango cultivars grown under Akola conditions



Physico-chemical characters of fruits of some mango cultivars grown under Akola conditions



Journal of Soils and Crops 10(1): 54-56



Fruits of 13 cultivars of mango grown in Akola, India, were analysed for their physicochemical constituents. Pune Pairi was found to be superior for fruit weight, followed by Manjari.

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