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Achieving Sustainable Cultivation of Mangoes

  • ID: 4832898
  • Book
  • 572 pages
  • Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing
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Mangoes are one of the most important and widely-cultivated fruits in tropical as well as sub-tropical regions. There have been a number of recent developments with the potential to improve crop yields and quality. There has been new research in understanding the physiology of tree and fruit development with implications for both breeding and cultivation. Analysis of the mango genome promises new, faster breeding techniques to develop improved cultivars. These and other advances are helping to tackle diseases and pests which still cause significant losses. Drawing on an international range of expertise, this collection focuses on ways of improving the cultivation of mango as a food crop at each step in the value chain, from breeding through to post-harvest storage. Part 1 discusses advances in understanding tree growth, flowering, pollination and fruit development as well as developments in marker-assisted breeding. Part 2 reviews improvements in cultivation practice, including organic and greenhouse cultivation. Part 3 covers post-harvest management and quality, whilst the final part of the book assesses disease and pest management. As the need for more interdisciplinary and collaborative research increases, this collection will be a standard reference for the mango research community by summarising key research trends in each topic and putting them in the context of mango cultivation as a whole.
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Part 1 Genetic improvement and plant physiology
1. Exploiting the mango genome: molecular markers: V. Pérez and J. I. Hormaza , Instituto de Hortofruticultura Subtropical y Mediterránea La Mayora (IHSM La Mayora – CSIC – UMA), Spain;
2. The genetic diversity of mangoes: Noris Ledesma, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, USA;
3. Advances in understanding mango tree growth and canopy development: Frédéric Normand, CIRAD, France; and Pierre-Éric Lauri, INRA, France;
4. Advances in understanding flowering, pollination and fruit development in mangoes: Maria Hilda Pérez-Barraza and Jorge Alberto Osuna-Garcia, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales Agrícolas y Pecuarias, Mexico;

Part 2 Cultivation techniques
5. Mango cultivation practices in the tropics: good agricultural practices to maximise sustainable yields: Sisir Mitra, International Society for Horticultural Science, India and A. Bhagwan, Fruit Research Station, India;
6. Mango cultivation practices for the subtropics: Victor Galán Saúco, Instituto Canario de Investigaciones Agrarias, Spain;
7. Mango cultivation in greenhouses: John Y. Yonemoto, Japan Tropical Fruit Association, Japan;
8. Management of an ultra-high-density mango orchard and benefits of the small-tree system: Steven A. Oosthuyse, HortResearch SA, South Africa;
9. Organic mango production: a review: Víctor Manuel Medina-Urrutia, Jaime Eduardo Reyes-Hernández, Gil Virgen-Calleros and Enrique Pimienta-Barrios, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico; and Marciano Manuel Robles-González, Campo Experimental Tecomán, Mexico;
10. Improving fertilizer and water-use efficiency in mango cultivation: A. G. Levin, Supplant Ltd, Israel;

Part 3 Post-harvest management
11. Monitoring fruit quality and quantity in mangoes: Kerry Walsh and Zhenglin Wang, Central Queensland University, Australia;
12. Understanding post-harvest deterioration of mangoes: Apiradee Uthairatanakij and Pongphen Jitareerat, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand; Robert E. Paull, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA;
13. Post-harvest storage management of mango fruit: Noam Alkan, Agricultural Research Organization (ARO), Volcani Center, Israel; and Anirudh Kumar, Agricultural Research Organization (ARO), Volcani Center, Israel and Indira Gandhi National Tribal University (IGNTU), India;
14. The nutritional and nutraceutical/functional properties of mangoes: Laurent Urban, University of Avignon, France; Mônica Maria de Almeida Lopes and Maria Raquel Alcântara de Miranda, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil;
15. Life cycle assessment of mango systems: Claudine Basset-Mens, Sandra Payen, Henri Vannière, Angela Braun and Yannick Biard, CIRAD, France;

Part 4 Diseases and pests
16. Integrated disease management in mango cultivation: Randy C. Ploetz, University of Florida, USA;
17. Integrated pest management and biological pest control strategies in mango cultivation: Stefano De Faveri, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Australia
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