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Vidyawati, is a mango orchardist belongs to Village Gopramau, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh). Vidyawati, is an owner of mango orchard of an area of approximate 1.25 hectare. Average age of her orchard is about 25 years. NA commercial and 15 non-commercial varieties have been planted by Vidyawati in her orchard for different purposes. The total commercial varieties in her orchard are NA out of which Bhagwanta, Benjir Nayab, Desi Chausa, Beeju Totapuri and Mohan Bhog are the important varieties. Besides these commercial varieties, 15 non-commercial varieties have also been sustaining in her orchard. Because of its source of income and to increase her source of income, she collected different mango varieties from Malihabad. She is also serving society by sharing all her varieties to the surrounding areas. She is earning about Rs 10000/- from her non-commercial varieties. She requires irrigation for orchard to conserve her green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance her source of income. She is very hopeful for the future of her orchard, and expects that the next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in her orchard.

Mango Varieties of Vidyawati
According to Vidyawati quality of Bhagwanta is excellent, ripening time is medium season, taste of raw fruit is sour, flavour of ripe fruit is excellent, unsuitable for pickle, suitable for table, unsuitable for sucking, green yellow peel, orange yellow pulp, fibrous, and mediumsize fruit. Reason of demand is taste. Vidyawati does exchanges fruits of Bhagwanta with others.
According to Vidyawati quality of Benjir is excellent, ripening time is late season, taste of raw fruit is sour, flavour of ripe fruit is excellent, unsuitable for pickle, suitable for table, unsuitable for sucking, green yellow peel, orange yellow pulp, fibrous, and bigsize fruit. Reason of demand is taste. Vidyawati does exchanges fruits of Benjir with others.
As the Vidyawati said that variety named as Nayab produces excellent quality fruits. It shows early ripening time. Taste of raw fruit in sour. After ripening, the fruits shows excellent flavoured. The variety is not suitable for pickle. Ripe fruits are unsuitable as table variety. The fruits are suitable for sucking. The peel color is green yellow and pulp color is orange yellow in ripe fruits. The pulp of ripe fruit comprisesfibres. The fruit is of medium size. The taste is the main reason for its demand of this variety in market. The exchange of fruits with any other thing has been reported by Vidyawati.
According to Vidyawati quality of Chausa Deshi is excellent, ripening time is late season, taste of raw fruit is sour, flavour of ripe fruit is excellent, unsuitable for pickle, suitable for table, unsuitable for sucking, green yellow peel, orange yellow pulp, fibrous, and bigsize fruit. Reason of demand is taste. Vidyawati does exchanges fruits of Chausa Deshi with others.
According to Vidyawati quality of Beeju Totapuri is excellent, ripening time is medium season, taste of raw fruit is sour, flavour of ripe fruit is excellent, unsuitable for pickle, suitable for table, unsuitable for sucking, green yellow peel, orange yellow pulp, fibreless, and mediumsize fruit. Reason of demand is taste. Vidyawati does exchanges fruits of Beeju Totapuri with others.
As per the perception of Vidyawati, The quality of fruits has been found excellent in Mohan Bhog. Time of ripening is also late. In raw stage, it tastes sour. On the other hand the fruits are excellent flavoured after ripening. It is an unsuitable variety for the purpose of pickle preparation. It is suitable to serve as table variety. The variety is unsuitable for sucking. The peel of ripe fruit is green yellow and pulp is of orange yellow in color. Fibres are absent in the pulp of ripe fruit. The size of the fruit is big. taste is the main reason for its demand in market. The exchange of fruits has been reported for this variety by the Vidyawati.

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