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Manage Mango Bloom!
As the temperature rises, the mango trees have begun to bloom. In these cases, diseases and insects have also actively begun to attack these trees. Farmers can achieve better production if they get rid of these pests in a timely manner.
Prevent Powdery Mildew
High humidity in the weather increases the risk of powdery mildew in mango bloom. In this, white powdery spots appear on the leaves. This stops the flowering process. If there is a powdery disease in the tree, dissolve Sulphur by making a solution in two grams of water per litre. After diluting one ml per litre of water, the second spraying should be done 10 to 15 days later, and the third spraying should be done again after 10 to 15 days.
Source - Amar Ujala
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