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Vol. 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Studies on flowering behaviour of mango Cv. Alphonso under changing climatic conditions of Konkan region

Author(s):
BD Mhatre, VV Shinde, BR Salvi, YR Parulekar and SG Mahadik
Abstract:
Field experiment was conducted at College of Horticulture, Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli, Dist. Ratnagiri, (MS) during 2019-2020 at different location to study the flowering behaviour of mango Cv. Alphonso. The field experiment was carried out at three different locations viz., L1: Centre of Excellence for Mango, College of Horticulture, Dapoli, L2: Central Experiment Station, Wakawali and L3: Goa Mankur plot, College of Horticulture, Dapoli. The experiential results showed that the early initiation of flowering was recorded at L1- Centre of Excellence for Mango, Dapoli on 14th January 2020 followed by the location of L3- Goa Mankur plot whereas L2- Central Experiment Station, Wakawali recorded late initiation of flowering during the experimentation. The highest flowering density (63.07%) was found at L1- Centre of Excellence for Mango while that of L2- Central Experiment Station, Wakawali showed lowest flowering density (59.62%). L1- Centre of excellence for mango recorded maximum total number of flowers (1503 nos.) and per cent male flower (90.25%), while L2- Central Experiment Station, Wakawali recorded maximum percentage of hermaphrodite flower (12.00%). The maximum flower panicle length (30.2 cm) and panicle width (21.0 cm) was recorded at L2-. Central Experiment Station, Wakawali. Based on the present study, it was observed that the average temperature, tree vigour, vegetative and reproductive growth, geographical location and many other factors play a vital role in flowering behaviour of mango Cv. Alphonso.
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How to cite this article:
BD Mhatre, VV Shinde, BR Salvi, YR Parulekar, SG Mahadik. Studies on flowering behaviour of mango Cv. Alphonso under changing climatic conditions of Konkan region. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(9):720-724.
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