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Yield and physico-chemical properties of some mango cultivars in new alluvial zone of West Bengal



Yield and physico-chemical properties of some mango cultivars in new alluvial zone of West Bengal



Environment and Ecology 23(3): 503-506



The yield and yield characters of 9 mango cultivars (Meghlanthan, Totapuri, Kishanbhog, Langra, Bombay Yellow, Bombay Green, Himsagar, Neelum and Alphonso) in the alluvial zone of West Bengal, India were evaluated during 2003.

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