Horticultural mineral oil application and tree canopy management improve cosmetic fruit quality of Kinnow mandarin

@article{Khalid2012HorticulturalMO,
  title={Horticultural mineral oil application and tree canopy management improve cosmetic fruit quality of Kinnow mandarin},
  author={Muhammad Shafique Khalid and Aman Ullah Malik and Basharat Ali Saleem and Ahmad Sattar Khan and Nazir Javed and Hill Fruit},
  journal={African Journal of Agricultural Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={7}
}

BIOPESTICIDE APPLICATION ON KINNOW MANDARIN (CITRUS RETICULATA BLANCO) WITH IMPROVED PRUNING CAN ENHANCE COSMETIC AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERS IN FRUIT

Kinnow mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco) is a highly valued fruit crop with ever increasing demand in national and international markets. Farmers eagerly put their efforts to produce quality fruit

Efficiency of Some Insecticides in Controlling Citrus Leafminer, Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae)

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The bioassay data indicated that abamectin was the most toxic insecticide against P. citrella larvae, followed by azadirachtin, phenthoate, mint oil and finally mineral oil.

Evaluating the response of insecticides and fungicides for rind blemishes management in Kinnow mandarin (Citrus nobilis Lour × Citrus deliciosa Tenora) fruits caused by biotic factors

Kinnow mandarin being produced in Pakistan faces different quality issues ending up in poor rind quality bearing blemishes on the peel. The main reason behind quality issues is inadequate production

Climate variables effect on fruiting pattern of Kinnow mandarin (Citrus nobilis Lour × C. deliciosa Tenora) grown at different agro-climatic regions

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Kinnow orchards grown in different agro-ecological regions of Punjab, Pakistan, namely Sargodha, Toba Tek Singh and Vehari districts, were selected and the climate variables of the three sites directly influenced the fruiting patterns, vegetative flushes, fruit drops, yields and grades of Kinnow mandarin.

Field evaluation of horticultural mineral oils and botanicals against bean thrips, Megalurothrips distalis (Karny) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), in summer mung bean

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The study indicated that neem extract was capable to manage the bean thrips in flowers of summer mung bean and obtained a high grain yield and net returns.

COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF SOME BOTANICAL EXTRACTS AND COMMERCIAL COATING MATERIALS FOR IMPROVING THE STORAGE LIFE AND MAINTAIN QUALITY OF KINNOW MANDARIN (CITRUS RETICULATA L.)

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It was concluded from the present study that pre storage treatment of 30% coconut oil was the most effective to reduce decay losses and maintain the fruit quality during 90 days storage.

COMPARISON OF PLANT EXTRACTS AND COMMERCIAL FUNGICIDE TO REDUCE THE FRUIT DECAY AND MAINTAIN THE QUALITY OF KINNOW FRUIT DURING COLD STORAGE

The Kinnow is the extensively cultivated variety of citrus fruit and a common name of mandarin (Citrus reticulate L.) in Pakistan. The Kinnow grown in this region is a result of cross between King

Application of Organic Fertilizers Affect the Citrus Leafminer, Phyllocnistis citrella (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) Infestation and Citrus Canker Disease in Nursery Plantations

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Conclusively, the soil amendment using biofert and vermicompost affects the CLM population and canker infection in nursery plantations and these organic fertilizers can be used in future citrus IPM programs as a tool to suppress the CLm population and citrus canker disease.

Integrated management of Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) through natural enemies, mineral oil and insecticide in a citrus nursery of Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan.

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Results showed that P. citrella can be effectively controlled in nurseries without using more toxic pesticides thus saving natural enemies, environment and control cost.

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