Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper

Supplement Issue, Dec. 2014; Page No.(411-414)

IMPACT OF DIFFERENT PRUNING TIME AND INTENSITY ON VEGETATIVE PARAMETERS OF MANGO CV. KESAR UNDER HIGH DENSITY PLANTATION

P.D. Solanki, N.I. Shah, S.S. Sonavane and Dixita Prajapati

Abstract

The minimum days taken to vegetative shoot emerges, highest percentage of vegetative shoot emerges at 45, 60 and 90 days after pruning were recorded under the treatment (T3), i.e. pruning in the first fortnight of July. The minimum days taken to vegetative shoot emerges, i.e. with the increasing pruning intensity days taken to vegetative shoots were delay, highest percentage of vegetative shoot emerges at 45, 60 and 90 days after pruning were observed with 25 cm of pruning intensity (P1). While, maximum bio mass was noted with 75 cm of pruning intensity (P3). The treatment combination first fortnight of July with 25 cm of pruning intensity (T3P1) recorded significantly highest percentage of vegetative shoot emergence at 45 and 60 days after pruning. The control vs rest analysis showed significant variation in almost all parameters studied. The maximum bio mass, minimum days taken to vegetative shoot emerge and highest percentage of vegetative shoot emerge at 45, 60 and 90 days after pruning were recorded with pruned treatments as compared to unpruned treatment (control).

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