Physiological disorders in mango and their management
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AbstractA number of eco-physiological disorders in the mango crop limit fruit production and quality. Black tip, soft nose, clustering (Jhumka), fruit drop, internal necrosis, fruit cracking, softening of fruits (jelly seed), and spongy tissue are the most serious issues that must be addressed. The main goal of this chapter is to explain the causes of these disorders and how to manage them.
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