The main purpose of writing this book is providing the maximum information to the mango growers about management strategies to overcome the mango malformation and improve the fruit quality. Because, mango (Mangifera indica L.) is known as “king of fruits” due to its delicious taste and excellent flavour. Unfortunately, it is subjected to a large number of disorders right from the plants in the nursery to the fruit in transit and storage, which ultimately results a low yield with poor fruit quality. Of these, mango malformation is most damaging and so far untraceable and uncontrollable. To achieve the goal of high production, the improvement of mango production practices is needed which should eliminate or minimize the potential obstacles in successful mango culture i.e. malformation. Various control measures have been suggested but none of these have been proved satisfactory because of the complex nature of this malady. Therefore the present work was initiated to ascertain the effectiveness of copper and non copper based fungicides as foliar sprays in minimizing the intensity of malformation of mango.