Technologies on Mango

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Rejuvenation of old mango orchards.
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Technologies Detail : Dr . Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth standardized the techniques of rejuvenation of mango along with management practices. The low density orchards are now being converted in to high density by planting additional one plant in the center of old plants.
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High density planting.
Country: India
Category: Production
Technologies Detail : Planting of mango at 5 x 5 m. spacing is recommended in lateretic soil to obtain more net returns per unit area. These trees be pruned at the age of 12 years and thereafter pruning be undertaken at every 4 years.
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Nutrient management.
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Technologies Detail : The integrated nutrient management for Alphonso mango is recommended. The University (Dr . Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth) has developed "Amrashakti" (Multi Nutrient Spray) for foliar application during flowering and fruit development to improve quality and yield of Alphonso mango.
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Management of spongy tissue.
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Technologies Detail : Dr . Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth has advised use of Sulphate of Potash, appropriate harvesting and post harvest management for its control. A prototype based on soft X-ray imaging technique for online accurate detection and auto sorting of spongy tissue defective fruits is developed by the University in collaboration with CEERI, Chennai and ECIL, Hyderabad.
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Intercropping in mango orchard.
Country: India
Category: Production
Technologies Detail : Various vegetable crops such as cucurbits, chilli, brinjal, okra, leafy vegetables, spices like ginger, turmeric, annual fruits crops such as banana and pineapple and flower crops like spider lilly are recommended as intercropping in mango orchards.
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Osmo-dried mango fruits.
Country: India
Category: Processing
Technologies Detail : Osmo-drying is a novel approach to get quality product with retention of good color and characteristics flavor. Due to osmosis process, there is a reduction in energy consumption in subsequent drying operations. Reduction in bulk density after osmo-drying and product will have firm texture. The osmo-dried fruit segments are ready to eat (RTE) kind of product with good chew ability. The product has less moisture content and water activity so they are microbiologically safe and stable product with longer shelf life in packed form. It provides high calorific value (Kcal energy) due to enhancement in solid density and good nutrition. The osmo-dried products are good source of minerals like potassium and calcium.
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Carbonated beverages from fruit juice of mango.
Country: India
Category: Processing
Technologies Detail : Technology for carbonated fruit juice beverages from fruit juice of mango are being developed by CFTRI, Mysuru.
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Standardisation of gel formation process.
Country: India
Category: Processing
Technologies Detail : Standardisation of gel formation process of mango, guava, papaya, muskmelon, banana, pineapple, orange, tomato pulp has been carried out using different levels of pulp (50 to 100 per cent), sodium alginate (0.75 to 1.75 per cent), glucono-o-lactone (0.8 to 1.0 per cent) and calcium salt (0.6 to 1.0 per cent) followed by further processing by thermal processing, freeze drying and hurdle technology to extend shelf life. Shelf stability of hurdle technology-based restructured mango, papaya, tomato, orange, muskmelon in polypropylene pouches within paper-aluminium foil/polyethylene packets has been found to range from six to 10 months at room temperature and four to six months at 37℃ depending on the product. Shelf-stable restructured fruit products are suitable for direct consumption during off season
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Mango lassi
Country: India
Category: Processing
Technologies Detail : The Karnal based National Dairy Research Institute under Indian Council of Agricultural Research has developed ingredients for the formulation of mango lassi. The scientists at NDRI have also successfully extended the shelf life of mango lassi using bio-preservatives.
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Management of shoot gall psylla in mango
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Technologies Detail : The insecticides i.e. thiamethoxam 1 g/ liter of water + profenophos 2 ml/ liter of water + sticker 1/ 2 ml/ liter of water have been found most promising in management of shoot gall psylla in mango. Two applications of both the insecticides were suggested, first spraying should be done in third week of August and second spraying be done 15 days after first spraying. The spraying of these insecticides by the farmers on the recommendation of KVK, Dehradun not only managed the incidence of shoot gall psylla but also doubled the productivity of mango.
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Eco-friendly, cost-effective trap
Country: India
Category: Crop Management
Technologies Detail : A simple, eco-friendly, cost-effective trap developed by the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Hessarghatta, Bangalore has come as a respite for mango exporters and growers across the country. The trap has resulted in increased yield and better returns to the mango growers. Field trials in mango orchards have shown encouraging results in the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) System.
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HDPE/sponge gourd fibers residue composite packaging to the transport and storage of mangoes
Country: Brazil
Category: Transportation
Technologies Detail : A HDPE/sponge gourd fibers residue composite packaging is dedicated to the transport and storage of mangoes. A packaging dedicated to transportation of Brazilian mango fruits from producer to end-consumer was developed aiming at reducing food losses in the food supply chain. The packaging consists of a reusable frame, made from high density polyethylene reinforced with natural sponge fiber residue, and a high impact polystyrene recyclable tray.
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Ultra high density plantation of mango
Country: India
Category: Production
Technologies Detail : In Ultra High Density Plantation spacing is 3X2 or 3X3 m, here plantation will be done in between old tress also. Fruiting will start after 3 years of planting. Farmers can achieve higher yield through canopy management and nutrient management. This technology has been transferred about 230 self motivated farmers of Navsari, Valsad and Surat district.
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Pruning and girdling of mango tree to boost production.
Country: India
Category: Production
Technologies Detail : Pruning and girdling have resulted in optimum flowering and fructification in mango trees. The fruits would be ready to be plucked a month early and they could be in the market by April. Rajesh Shah of Valsad (Gujarat) started girdling and pruning of the trees in July 2013 for the first time. "Girdling should not be more than one inch deep even if a tree's trunk is of 10 inch width. Only half the branches should be girdled and that too when the humidity is at 70 degree and under an expert's guidance. This reduces the need for fertilizer by half and ensures maximum fruits on a tree," Rajesh Shah said.
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A new biological technology to reduce fruit flies which have destroyed several acres of mangoes in western and central parts of Uganda.
Country: Uganda
Category: Crop Management
Technologies Detail : The National Agriculture Research Laboratories (NARL) has developed a new biological technology to breed sterile flies that will render female fruit flies unable to reproduce.
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