Fruit Flies

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Fruit Flies - Trade Barrier for Mangoes
Mango- often called as King of all Fruits. When Mango is there, anyone hardly asks for any other fruit. Mangoes are famous for their flavor, juice, color and fragrance. Mangoes vary in sizes and color. The colors might be yellow, orange or even red or green when ripe. Different varieties of Mangoes may taste differently and have different textures. Mango is the fruit of tropical and sub tropical zones. Asia falls into this climatic zone, thus this continent is known as the home to Mangoes. It is said to produce three fourth of world mangoes.
Mango is one of the most desired fruit throughout the world due to its fine properties. It is not high in calories, and it is an excellent source of beta carotene, potassium and vitamin A. All of this creates a high demand for it and made many countries to grow for exports.
Exporting Mango is the backbone of the economy of many countries around the globe like Pakistan, Mexico and India and many other countries.
The table below shows the amount of Mango exports around the world: Source : French Minisitry of Agriculture and the Statistical Division (FAOSTAT) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
But exporting Mango is not that easy, there are
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Adults are 3 to 4 mm long, may have red eyes or dark eyes, and a tan thorax. Fruit flies can appear to be brown or tan in color. The abdomen is black on top, gray underneath. Populations tend to build during the summer, becoming very abundant at harvest time. As for indoors, fruit flies are frequently active at all times of the year. Fruit flies lives on ripened fruit and vegetables. They also eat fermenting products. Fruit flies experience a four-stage life cycle: eggs, larval and pupal stages before emerging as adults. Fruit flies can complete their development in a week or so. Adult fruit flies can live up to 30

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