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Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri (1990)

STUDIES ON FLORAL BIOLOGY OF MANGO. (Mangifera indica L.) CULTIVAR ALPHONSO AND KESIR UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS

Mujumale, Chandrashekhar Krishnaji

Titre : STUDIES ON FLORAL BIOLOGY OF MANGO. (Mangifera indica L.) CULTIVAR ALPHONSO AND KESIR UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS

Auteur : Mujumale, Chandrashekhar Krishnaji

Université de soutenance : Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri

Grade : Master of Science (MS) 1990

Résumé
Floral biology of mango cultivar Alphonso and Kesar was studied under semi-arid conditions of ahuri. The percentage of perfect flowers was the higheston north side and the lowest on east side of tree. Thepercentage of Perfect flowers was more in late flush followedby mid flush and least in the early flush. The average percentage of perfect flowers in these cultivars was 9.83 and 10.17 respectively. The major anthesis took place between 6 a. m. to 10 a. m. in both the cultivars under study,whereas major anther dehiscence was recorded between 11 a. m.to 12 noon. The maximum stigma receptivity was observed onthe day of anthesis and the lowest on the third day of anthesis. The Kesar produced yn*ximA©u« n °* both the cultivars failed to germinate artificially on sucrose. Both the cultivars are not self - incompatible, however cross pollination increased the -fruit set and –fruit retention. Overall performance of cultivar Kesar was observed to be better than Alphonso

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