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Storage of some local and introduced mango cultivars grown in Trinidad



Storage of some local and introduced mango cultivars grown in Trinidad



Scientia Horticulturae 16(2): 171-177



Fruit of nine local varieties varied in size from 100 g (Doodooth) to 500 g (Graham). Total soluble solids content varied between 10% (Rose) and 23% (Starch) and colour ranged from pale green when ripe (Long and Teen) to bright yellow and red (Doodooth). Fibre content in small fruit tended to be high and only Julie and Graham had little or no fibre.

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DOI: 10.1016/0304-4238(82)90089-9



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