alone (Lim and Khoo, 1985; Prakash and Srivastava, 1987). with a decay of flesh beneath. The experiment was carried out in Pakistan. Kensington Pride from twelve locations in Queensland and one in the Northern Territory have been monitored for stem end rot development. and stem end rot have been noticed on mango fruits. Because of the variability. Plant resistant varieties when appropriate, and available. Stem-end rot. Three districts of Punjab province of Pakistan were selected for the study. Griff and Maubl (syn. E.M. Yahia, in Postharvest Biology and Technology of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits: Cocona to Mango, 2011. Botryodiplodia theobromae Pat.) A number of fungi including Ladiodiplodia theobromea, Coletritricum gloeosporiodes and Fotogercis mangiferea cause the stem end rot disease in mango. in symptoms produced by fungus, identification. Mead, I.A. Stem End Rot A disease of importance in harvested fruit. Apply pre-infection and post-infection fungicides. Aspergillus rot is another postharvest disease of mango. Symptoms – A dark rot develops from the stem end as the fruit ripens after fruit harvest. Johnson, A.W. Disease symptoms develop around the stem end of … It is an economically important crop and the income of many fruit farmers comes primarily from mango production. The mango fruit is susceptible tomany postharvest diseases caused by anthracnose (C. gloeosporioides) and stem end rot (L. theobromae) during storage under ambient conditions or even at low temperature. The effect of conventional and improved orchard practices on the management of anthracnose and stem end rot was also studied. Crop stage-wise IPM for Mango This research aimed to develop and evaluate pre- and postharvest management strategies to reduce stem end rot (SER) incidence and extend saleable life of 'Carabao' mango fruits in Southern Philippines. Wells: DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1991.291.32: Abstract: Since 1986, over 6,000 mangoes cv. Cooke, A.J. STEM END ROT OF MANGO IN AUSTRALIA: CAUSES AND CONTROL: Authors: G.I. Use suitable cultural management procedures, including removal of diseased twigs and crop debris, to reduce inoculums levels. Stem-end rot is second to anthracnose in importance in many mango-growing regions. It has been shown to be caused by Lasioidplodia theobromae (Pat.) Botryosphaeria dothidea is the major pathogen of mango in Brazil, causing stem‐end rot, which causes significant losses during transportation and storage. Stem end rot. Mango (Mangifera indica L.) is grown on approximately 20,000 ha in Taiwan. During 2006 and 2007, a stem-end rot disease was observed 1 week after harvest on 28 to 36% of stored mangoes picked from six orchards in the Pingtung, Tainan, and Kaoshiung regions. The current strategy to control this particular disease using synthetic fungicides has been ineffective, leaving residues in the fruit.