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Study on physico-chemical constituents of mango cultivars under sub-arid zone of Maharashtra



Study on physico-chemical constituents of mango cultivars under sub-arid zone of Maharashtra



Scientific Horticulture 10: 91-97



Study on physico-chemical constituents of fifty-eight mango cultivars under sub-arid zone at Department of Horticulture, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, Maharashtra was undertaken. The cvs, Swanen, Jahangir, Banchhod, Vanraj, Totapuri, produced big size of fruits with more than 50% of pulp. The cultivars Kesar, Pairi, and Alphonso produced medium size fruits and contained more than 60% pulp with high fruit quality. The cvs.

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