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Calcium chloride sprays performance on ripening and shelf-life of mango fruits (Mangifera indica L.) Cv. totapuri

Abstract

Peter A*, Edwin E

Studies on performance of calcium chloride sprays on ripening and shelf-life of mango fruits (Mangifera indica L.) Cv. Totapuri was carried out at the “A’ block of mango orchard at UAS, Bangalore, GKVK Campus, Karnataka, India. Mango trees were sprayed with 0.50%, 1.00% and 1.50% CaCl2 at 30 days and 15 days before harvest. The results revealed that spraying of CaCl2 delayed the process of ripening of fruits when compared to fruits from control trees. Mango Cv. Totapuri took more number of days for ripening (19.89 days) when trees were sprayed with 1.50% CaCl2 at 30 days before harvest. The shelf-life also was extended in mango Cv. Totapuri trees sprayed with 1.50% CaCl2 at 30 days before harvest (25.89 days).

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