1. Abstract, Pharmacognosy Review, 2010 Mangifera indica, commonly used herb in ayurvedic medicine. Although review articles on this plant are already published, but this review article is presented to compile all the updated information on its phytochemical and pharmacological activities, which...
  2. This book is intended for agronomy students and technicians interested in mango production. It addresses the latest technologies for this crop, such as economics, botany, soil and climate requirements, soil tillage and planting, cultivars, fertilization, irrigation management, weeds, pests and...
  3. Abstract,MOJ Food Processing & Technology, 2017 Two drying methods (solar and oven) were used to dry a variety of mango. We have a drying yield of 33% for sun dried mango versus 26% for oven dried mango; Relative humidity is 14.17%0.01 for sun dried mango compared with 8.25%0.01 for oven...
  4. This book is the product of generations of men and women who planted their passion for tropical fruit in general and mangoes in particular in the soil of South Florida, the growing point of a continent. Includes full-color illustrations, descriptions, recipes, and a glossary. 2 COPIES
  5. Abstract, Hort Science, 2006 Pruning is an unavoidable necessity of virtually all arboreal fruit crops. In the tropics and subtropics, pruning of Mango is particularly important due to its tendency for frequent flushes, especially in humid tropics.
  6. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Watch Senior Curator of Tropical Fruit Dr. Richard J. Cambell talk about mango pruning, fertilization and harvesting in these informative videos. Pruning Young Mango Trees Pruning Vigorous Mango Trees Young Mango Pruning byTipping Gravity and Mango Disease...
  7. Mangois an evergreen tree in the family Anacardiaceae grown for its edible fruit. The mango tree is erect and branching with a thick trunk and broad, rounded canopy. The leaves of the tree are are shiny and dark green. They are either elliptical or lanceolate with long petioles and a leathery...
  8. Mango,Mangifera indica, is an evergreen tree in the family Anacardiaceae grown for its edible fruit. The mango tree is erect and branching with a thick trunk and broad, rounded canopy. The leaves of the tree are are shiny and dark green. They are either elliptical or lanceolate with long petioles...
  9. 2019-04-26 In August of 2018, I attended the 30th International Horticultural Congress in Istanbul, Turkey. It was an excellent opportunity to meet other scientists and to hear talks on horticultural topics, many of which were relevant to ECHO’s network. Here is a synopsis of a few of those talks.
  10. 2001-10-20 “Mangoes are generally harvested when fully matured, but green. The conventional method of ripening in hay has disadvantages like long ripening time, excessive handling, and a high degree of spoilage due to stem-end rot. The spoilage during the ripening period is reported to be as high as 25-30%....