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Juxtaposition of qualitative traits of mango cultivars in gangetic old alluvial and red lateritic zones of West Bengal



Juxtaposition of qualitative traits of mango cultivars in gangetic old alluvial and red lateritic zones of West Bengal



Environment and Ecology 24S(Special 3): 502-504



This study evaluated the physico-chemical characteristics of fruits of 10 mango cultivars collected from the Gangetic Old Alluvial (Jhargram) and Red Lateritic zone (Ratua) of West Bengal, India, during 1998-2000. 'Himsagar' gave the highest fruit yield and the best quality at Jhargram, whereas 'Langra' gave the highest fruit yield and the best quality at Ratua.

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