Innovation on Mango

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The cattle rearers of the Dangs region of Gujarat use the roots of mango (Mangifera indica) and amaltas (Cassia fistula) and leaves of white emetic nut (Peucedanum grande) to cure diarrhoeic animals.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : Use of 200 grams of the root of mango (Mangifera indica), 100 grams of the root of amaltas (Cassia fistula) and?100 grams of the leaf of white emetic nut (Peucedanum grande) to treat the diarrhoea in animals. These are crushed and soaked in water. After two hours, half a millilitre of this concoction is fed to the animal twice a day for two days. The animal is cured of the problem in three days. This technique is traditional and has been in use for the last 20 years. This practice is less expensive and has no side effects.
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Use of bark of "osetusee", milk tree (Manilkara hexandra), bastard teak (Butea monosperma) and mango (Mangifera indica) for blood in stool, vomit or in urine of animal.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : To cure this problem, 100 g bark of each "osetusee", milk tree (Manilkara hexandra), bastard teak (Butea monosperma) and mango (Mangifera indica) are crushed together into the paste. In this paste, appropriate quantity of water is added and strained properly. This mixture is then drenched to the affected animal twice a day for two to three days with the help of drenching pipe. This treatment cures the problem in animal. It is a traditional practice. Identification of tree: Tree of "osetusee" is slight whitish in colour and its leaves are like the sacred fig (Ficus religiosa) leaves, inverted as round heart shaped, which are used for making "bidi".
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Use of jungali tulsi (Ocimum basilicum) and krishna tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) to protect mango (Mangifera indica) crops from fruit flies
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Innovation Detail : There are a large number of mango orchards in the Valsad district of Gujarat. Many a times, because of the fruit fly menace, rotting sets in the mango fruits just as they near ripening. To prevent such damage to the crop, the farmers plant shrubs of jungali tulsi (Ocimum basilicum) and krishna tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) in the mango orchards. They believe that the medicinal properties of the tulsi plant prevent the fruit flies from affecting the mangoes.
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Use of flowers of mango and water for colic in horse.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : In this condition, pain is there in the abdomen of horse by, which it becomes disquietude. It refuses feeding and becomes extenuate. To cure this problem, 100 g flowers of mango (Mangifera indica) are crushed with water. This mixture is drenched to the affected horse with the help of drenching pipe. Thus, this treatment provides relief to the horse. It is a traditional practice.
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Use of mango wood and Indian kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium) for preparation of boat.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : Use of mango wood (Mangifera indica) and Indian kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium) for the preparation of boat. It is believed that wood of mango and Indian kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium) is very hard, strong and did not break or stretch even if it is kept in sunlight for longer period. The special feature is that, it easily absorbs the material that are required to maintain the boat.
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Use of mango (Mangifera indica), young shoots, fresh leaves and bark for curing diarrhoea in animal.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : For curing the diarrhoea, 250 g young shoots, 250 g leaves and 500 g bark of mango (Mangifera indica) are pounded together and then boiled in 2 L water till 1 L water is left. The decoction is allowed to cool and 250 g administered to the animal in morning and evening for two days by drench pipe. This is a traditional method known for over 20 years.
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Use of tender sprouts and bark of mango tree for treatment of diarrhoea in animal.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : Tender sprouts of mango tree (Mangifera indica) are boiled in water and powder of bark of mango tree is given to the affected animals which completely stops the diarrhoea.
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Use of red ochre and seeds of wormkiller (Aristolochia bracteata) for control of termites in mango
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Innovation Detail : Bhikubhai Patel of Valsad (Gujarat) has developed a successful method to prevent termite attack on mango. He takes 100 grams of red ochre and mixes it with 150 grams powder of grounded seeds of wormkiller (Aristolochia bracteata) in one litre of water. The thick solution is then applied to the trunk of mango up to two feet with a broom-like brush. Mango trees remain free of termites for one year. He uses this method every year in his orchard, ensuring cent percent success.
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Use of solution prepared from palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifera) toddy, sugar and jaggery on mango for controlling fruitflies.
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Innovation Detail : Jinabhai Patel of Valsad (Gujarat) virtually intoxicates insects to control fruitfly attack on mango. First, Jinabhai takes two-litre toddy obtained from palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifera), one litre sugar solution and (depending upon the crop), five litres of jaggery solution. Ther jaggery solution is made from two to two-and-a-half kilogram of the sweet material dissolved in water in a container, preferably a drum. Toddy can either be from palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifera) or from date palm (Phoenix dactylifera). The three solutions are mixed in the drum. The combined solution is then sprayed on the mango crop. Since it is sticky, the solution settles on the leaves. When fruitflies try to infest the crop, they stick to the leaves and die, sparing the flowers and fruit. This is traditional remedy in regular use in Dhej village and surrounding areas. The remedy is preferable to chemical pesticides, as it is simple and materials are readily available. Fresh palmyra palm juice is called "nira" which becomes toddy when fermented.
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Use of mango leaves, tender shoots and raw fruit for curing diarrhoea in animal.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : When the animal is affected with diarrhoea, 250 g leaves and tender shoots of mango (Mangifera indica) are boiled in 1 L water. After cooling, about 600 - 700 g of the decoction is drenched to the animal. Raw mangoes are also fed. This completely cures diarrhoea in cattle. The remedy is developed locally.
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Use powder of oil cake of castor (Ricinus communis) for termite control in mango
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Innovation Detail : If the infestation of termites increases in the mango (Mangifera indica) trees, the crop is destroyed. To control termites, use powder of oil cake of castor (Ricinus communis), which is spread around the mango tree. The oil cake of castor prevents the infestation of termites and thus mango crop is saved.
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Treatment of diarrhoea in cattle by mango kernels and black plum seeds.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : About 25 per cent of cattle farmers in Amreli (Gujarat) traditionally use black plum ( Syzygium cumini) and mango (Mangifera indica) kernel to relieve the animals of distress. Take 100 grams of black plum seeds. Mix with 100 grams of mango kernels. Grind the mixture into a fine powder. Add the powder to the usual cattle feed and feed to the animal once a day for three days. This relieves the animal from diarrhoea. There are no adverse side effects.
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Use of the saw-dust of mango wood for diarrhoea in animal.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : Animal suffering from watery diarrhoea becomes dull, thin and restless. It stops taking food and water. And thus, becomes weak. It passes watery stool instead of thick dung. To cure this disease, mix 500 g saw-dust of mango (Mangifera indica) wood to the feed and give this mixture twice a day to the affected animal. This gives complete relief to the animal from watery diarrhoea within two days.
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use of Euphorbia neriifolia to control root rot in mango
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Innovation Detail : Vaasanjibhai Gayakwad takes precautions even before planting mango. During the summer, pits of 2.5x1.5 are dug in the farm where mango or other horticulture plants are to be planted. Then garbage is filled in the pit and burnt. In the next stage, about 1 to 1.5 kg organic manure is filled in the pit. When it rains, pieces of (Euphorbia neriifolia) are put in the pits and only then mango or other horticulture saplings planted. The planting has to be done keeping six-feet distance between two plants. (Euphorbia neriifolia) is a thorny plant with thick and long leaves. It exudes white milky juice. Its trunk and branches are green and turn white when very ripe. It produces yellow flowers.
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Use of extract of lemon (Citrus limon), tamarind (Tamarindus indica) and unripe mangoes (Mangifera indica) for prolapse of uterus in animal.
Country: India
Category: Miscellaneous
Innovation Detail : The animal shows initial signs of pain as well as palpitation. If the period is prolonged, swelling is observed and blood oozes from the uterus region. If the animal is suffering from prolapse of uterus problem, use 200 ml juice of each lemon (Citrus limon), juice of tamarind (Tamarindus indica) and juice of unripe mangoes (Mangifera indica) are mixed together. This mixture is drenched to the affected animal with help of drenching pipe. In absence of lemon (Citrus limon), citric acid can be used. Caution: The citric acid should be diluted properly and drop should not be fall into the eyes of animal.
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