Studies on Performance of Self-Grafted Mango Cultivars under Nursery and Field Condition

@inproceedings{Singh2017StudiesOP,
  title={Studies on Performance of Self-Grafted Mango Cultivars under Nursery and Field Condition},
  author={Haobijam Vokendro Singh and Anjil Kumar and V. A. Senthil Kumar and Vi kas and Rupinder Singh. and Sudhir Pratap and Parkash Verma and Ajay Kumar},
  year={2017}
}
Mango (Magnifera indica) is king of fruits. It has delicious taste and flavour and also has many suitable characters. This crop belongs to Anacardiaceae family. India has 56% of share in total mango production in the world. In ancient years/times the mango was mainly propagated by stones but now a day different grafting methods are developed and utilized in cultivation of Mangiferaindica. The main advantage of grafting is that it changes the characteristics of plant and makes it superior than… CONTINUE READING

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