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Hybrid Varieties of Mango

Hybrid Varieties of Mango

Malika (Neelum X Dashehari): Fruit large, oblong elliptical yellow in colour; fruit and keeping quality is good and is mostly used for table purpose

Realising Institute : Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi.

Amrapali (Dashehari X Neelum): Dwarf, regular bearing and late maturing variety; suitable for high density planting; flesh is fibreless; average yield 16 tonnes/hectare.

Realising Institute : Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi.

Ratna (Neelum X Alphonso): Tree moderately vigorous, precocious, fruits are medium sized, attractive in colour and free from spongy tissue

Realising Institute : Konkan Krishi Vidyapith, Maharashtra.

Sindhu (Ratna back-crossed with Alphonso): Regular bearer, fruits medium sized, fibreless, free from spongy tissue with high pulp to stone ratio and very thin and small stone.

Realising Institute : Konkan Krishi Vidyapith, Maharashtra.

Arka Aruna (Banganapalli X Alphonso): Plants are dwarf regular bearing; Fruits oblong; skin is thin, rough and dull yellow in colour with slight red blush; pulp is soft, pale yellow in colour; free from spongy tissue and fibre, stone is small 35g, TSS 200 Brix; average fruit weight is 500g. The keeping quality is moderate and is mostly used for table purpose.

Realising Institute : Indian Institute of Horticulture Research (IIHR), Bangalore.

Arka Neelkiran (Alphoso x Neelum): Tree is semi-vigorous in nature; fruit is elliptical, medium size golden yellow in colour, average weight 270-280g; free from fibre and spongy tissue; keeping quality is good.

Realising Institute : Indian Institute of Horticulture Research (IIHR), Bangalore.

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