Technologies on Mango

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Hybrid embryo cultures have been developed from mango
Country: India
Category: Production
Technologies Detail :

  • During wide hybridization in plant breeding, crosses often do not result in hybrid plants because of embryo abortion.
  • Using in vitro breeding techniques like hybrid embryo rescue, it is possible to save such crosses and develop hybrids not otherwise possible.
  • It is thus a boon to the breeder and is attractive as a non-GM biotechnology for introducing desired genes in a crop/variety.

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    Two new mango varieties named Agri-Gardina 45 and Gadung 21
    Country: Indonesia
    Category: Production
    Technologies Detail :

    Two new mango varieties named Agri-Gardina 45 and Gadung 21 were launched during the Indonesian Mango Mass Propagation and Germplasm Exibition Cukur Gondang, Pasuruan, East Java on 3-5 November 2017.

    Agri-Gardina 45 is also known as Banana Mango because it can be eaten by peeling off the skin like a banana. The fruit is small, reddish-yellow in color, fragrant, and sweet. 

    Meanwhile, Gadung-21 or Avocado Mango is large, light green in color and tastes sweet and creamy.  The name is derived from the way it splits open like an avocado fruit.


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    Innovative packaging for fruits and vegetables
    Country: Brazil
    Category: Post harvest
    Technologies Detail : Injectable process for plastic composite of HDPE and vegetal fiber. A thermoformable process for the preparation of a form for packaging fruit.

    Raw material: High density polyethylene (HDPE) and vegetable fiber (vegetable sponge). 
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    Integrated management of postharvest diseases on mango
    Country: Brazil
    Category: Post harvest
    Technologies Detail : Application of low dose (3 kJ m-2) of UV-C irradiation can contribute to the integrated management of postharvest diseases on mango, and that, the mechanisms of control involved are not directly related to the fungi development.
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    Agricultural Aid for Mango cutting
    Country: India
    Category: Harvesting
    Technologies Detail : Agricultural Aid for Mango cutting (AAM), an Agribot that could be employed for precision mango farming. It is a quadcopter empowered with vision and cutter systems complemented with necessary ancillaries. It could hover around the trees, detect the ripe mangoes, cut and collect them.
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    Better harvesting methods improve smallholder mango production in Gamo Gofa
    Country: Ethiopia
    Category: Harvesting
    Technologies Detail :

    Better harvesting techniques and post-harvest handling processes introduced by the Livestock and Irrigation Value Chains for Ethiopian Smallholders (LIVES) project have improved smallholder mango production in the Gamo Gofa zone of southern Ethiopia.

    Mango is the second most important fruit crop in the country after banana. The Gamo Gofa zone in southern region is an important mango producing region in Ethiopia and a key supplier of the fruit to the national market. Mango farming is expanding rapidly in the region.

    Traditionally, many farmers have relied on shaking mango trees, thrashing the branches and using scissors or hooks to cut the fruits as the main mango harvesting techniques. But these methods damage or bruise both the mature and immature mango fruits.

    LIVES introduced mango harvesting tool to more than 50 smallholder  producers in the zone.  It is a metallic fruit picker with nylon box attached to a long wooden pole that enables to reach the fruits.  While the metallic fruit picker could be designed and produced by village workshops, the wooden poles are prepared by the smallholder mango producers themselves.

    Smallholder farmers education on the importance of harvesting only mature and healthy mangoes based on fruit maturity indices, such as shape and color, is helping farmers get higher quality fruits that fetch better market prices.

    As part of this initiative, the project has also trained, and is working with, extension workers and zonal and district agricultural officers in sensitizing the community to adopt better production techniques such as using improved mango varieties and optimum spacing of mango trees for optimal growth and easier harvesting.

    As a long term strategy, LIVES is also leading a farmer-based grafted seedlings supply system to avail improved trees to farmers. The ‘top-working’ technique is being used to produce improved and shorter mango trees that produce uniformly sized fruits of superior quality and are easier (lessen chance of fruit damage) during harvest compared to cross-pollinated cultivars currently used by many farmers.

    To ensure farmers increase their incomes and improve mango marketing systems within and outside the zone, the LIVES project has partnered with organizations such as marketing and cooperatives offices  at district and zonal levels, Gamogofa fruits and vegetables cooperatives union and  local traders.


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    High density planting
    Country: India
    Category: Production
    Technologies Detail : Mango cultivar Manjeera suggested for high density planting.
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    Rapid multiplication of mango varieties
    Country: India
    Category: Propogation
    Technologies Detail : Detached scion techniques were standardized for rapid multiplication of mango varieties.
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    189

    Flowering, rejuvenation andr off-season fruiting
    Country: India
    Category: Crop Management
    Technologies Detail : Technologies for regulation of flowering and tree vigour, rejuvenation of senile and over crowded orchards and for off-season fruiting were developed.
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    Control of coconut slug caterpillar and mango fruit borer.
    Country: India
    Category: Crop Management
    Technologies Detail : Use of light trapes identified as an effective mechanical method for control of coconut slug caterpillar and mango fruit borer.
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    Banganpalli mangoes
    Country: India
    Category: Post harvest
    Technologies Detail : Standardized technology to store Banganpalli mangoes upto 35 days after harvest.
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    Standardization of irradiation doses
    Country: India
    Category: Post harvest
    Technologies Detail : Irradiation doses standardized for improving self life of mango cv. Banganpalli, Suwarnarekha, Totapuri and Dashahari.
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