S.S. Negi
Mango, the most important fruit of India, is grown in an area of 1.23 million ha with an annual production of 10.99 million tonnes, which accounts for 57.18 per cent of the total world production. This paper presents information on area and production, cultivars, hybrids and clone, agrotechniques, disorders, insect pests and diseases, harvest and postharvest management, export, problems and prospects of growing mango in India.
Negi, S.S. (2000). MANGO PRODUCTION IN INDIA. Acta Hortic. 509, 69-78
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2000.509.4
agrotechniques, cultivars, export, mango, postharvest management, production, India

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