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Studies on storage behaviour of South and East Indian mango cultivars



Studies on storage behaviour of South and East Indian mango cultivars



Annals of Agricultural Research 24(3): 498-501



The physicochemical traits and shelf life of fruits of mango cultivars Baneshan, Bangalora, Neelgoa, Neelum, Swarnarekha, Zardalu, Bombai, Hemsagar, Krishenbhog and Langra (control) during storage for 13 days at ambient conditions (33+or-2 degrees C and 82+or-35% relative humidity) were studied. The spoilage percentage increased, whereas acidity and ascorbic acid content decreased with the increase in the storage duration.

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