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Post harvest control of mango anthracnose with benomyl and hot water


Post harvest control of mango anthracnose with benomyl and hot water



Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 16(81): 600-603



DOI: 10.1071/ea9760600

Post-harvest treatment with hot water at 55.degree. C controlled mango (Mangifera indica) anthracnose [caused by Collectortrichum gloeosporioides var. minor] during storage for 11 days at 25.degree. C. The addition of benomyl at 500 and 1000 .mu.g ml-1 allowed the treatment temperature to be reduced to 51.5.degree. C and 48.5.degree. C, respectively, without reducing efficacy. The rate of change in background skin color from green to yellow increased as the dipping temperature increased. Mineral oil and H Cl added to benomyl at room temperature failed to improve anthracnose control significantly. A treatment at 51.5.degree. C with 500 .mu.g ml-1 benomyl was selected for semi-commercial testing.

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