Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 7, Special Issue 1 (2018)
Factors affecting the extent of knowledge about mango post-harvest management practices
Satyendra Kumar Singh and AK Singh
At the present time, India is the second largest producer of fruits in the world. Diversified agro climate across the country provides a unique advantage for fruit production through extended period of availability and differential quality. Mango is the king of fruits. In India, Lucknow is play a vital role in import and export of mango. Post harvest management practices are inter disciplinary â€œScience and Technologyâ€ applied to mango after harvest for its protection, conservation, processing, packaging, distribution, marketing and utilization to meet the nutritional requirements of the people in relation to their needs. The majority of respondents 68 percent were found having medium level of knowledge, 8.50 percent respondents who were low and 23.50 percent high level of knowledge respectively, the majority of all mango growers have 92.25 percent knowledge among grading practice. This conclusion reveals that out of 14 variables, only one variable was moderately significant and rest of all variable were found highly significant nature influenced the extent of knowledge. The study showed that majority of mango growers were dominated in medium category of knowledge
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Satyendra Kumar Singh and AK Singh. Factors affecting the extent of knowledge about mango post-harvest management practices. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(1S):1041-1043.