Harumanis Mango Case Study

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4.1 Introduction

This chapter presents and discuss all results obtained from this project. A total of 50 Harumanis Mango from Harumanis Greenhouse in, Kangar, Perlis were used and the weight of the Harumanis Mango were monitored and analysed from 30 DAFB to 94 DAFB. The growth of Harumanis Mango was measured in three interval days which were 3, 5 and 10 days interval. The relationship of the DAFB and the weight of the Harumanis Mango was plotted using MATLAB software and the plotted data were fitted using different equations and the best fit equation was identified.

The evaluation of the Harumanis mango fruit weight were done by analysed the trend line from the collected data. All the 3, 5 and 10 days interval were plotted in the same graph and the trend line for each interval days were shown. During this research study, the fruit growth on 10 trees was monitored, starting from 30 DAFB until 94 DAFB. The optimum interval days for the Harumanis mango fruit weight measurement were determined by the anova analysis. From the p-value obtained, the results for optimum interval days can be determine. The relationship of the Harumanis mango fruit weight with the time series were formulate by extracting the equation from the growth curve. The collected data were fitted and the fit data equation obtained from the growth curve were extracted.

4.2 Average Data for 3 Days, 5 Days and 10 Days Interval

Table 4.1 represents the mean average

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