Fb2 Diseases and Disorders of Mango in Malaysia ePub
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Although India is the largest producer of mango but in terms of productivity, it ranks sixth.
is an important fruit crop in India and other tropical and subtropical countries of the world . from book Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables Volume I: Diagnosis and Management (p. 11-619). Chapter · May 2007 with 897 Reads. Although India is the largest producer of mango but in terms of productivity, it ranks sixth.
In this chapter, efforts have been made to describe the important mango diseases and their management practices.
Cite this publication. In this chapter, efforts have been made to describe the important mango diseases and their management practices.
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Incorrect O2:CO2 ratios in storage or fruit waxing. Surface fruit injury due to poor packing or load shift in transit. Algal leaf spot red rust. Cephaleuros virescens Kunze. Excessive post-harvest brush polishing of fruit.
Malformation disease caused by the Fusariumspecies complex results in significant economic losses in the yield, production and export quality . Tropical Press, Kuala LumpurGoogle Scholar.
Malformation disease caused by the Fusariumspecies complex results in significant economic losses in the yield, production and export quality mango in tropical and subtropical mango growing. Lima CS, Pfenning LH, Costa SS, Campos MA, Leslie JF (2008) A new lineage within the Gibberella fujikuroi species complex is the main causal agent of mango malformation disease in Brazil. Plant Pathol 58:33–42CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
List of mango diseases. Flag as Inappropriate. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .
The disease was later detected in mango growing belt around Lucknow region. Besides being pathogenic on several varieties of mango, the organism is capable of infecting wild mango, cashew nut and weeds as well. It is now gaining economic importance. The symptoms of the disease are noticeable only on old leaves. The disease causes fruit drop (10-70%), yield loss (10-85%) and storage rot (5-100%). Many commercial cultivars of mango including Langra, Dashehari, Amrapali, Mallika, and Totapuri are susceptible to this disease. The disease is found on leaves, petioles, twigs, branches and fruits, initially producing water-soaked lesions and later turning into typical cankers.
No. 676 in: CMI Descriptions of Pathogenic Fungi and Bacteria. Surrey, England, 1980. 3) R. C. Ploetz et al.