Considering the significance of canopy management in high density planting system of mango and rejuvenation of senile trees in sustaining mango production in the region, a Training program on “Canopy Management and Rejuvenation of Mango was jointly organized by CHES, Bhubaneswar and Directorate of Horticulture, Govt. of Odisha on July 30, 2021. The program was attended by 15 Horticulture officers of Malkangiri and Dhenkanal districts of Odisha. While addressing the program, Dr. G. C. Acharya, Head I/c, highlighted the significance of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in mango for higher quality yield. He appreciated the initiative of State Horticulture Department for giving importance to canopy management and rejuvenation in mango. The Deputy Director Hort., Malkangiri emphasized the need of rejuvenation in mango to make senile orchards productive. He said that the Directorate is giving more importance of rejuvenation and consequently separate fund has been allocated for such initiative. Dr. Kundan Kishore highlighted the importance of canopy management in mango under high density planting system and rejuvenation of old trees. Dr. Deepa Samant and Dr. G. Sangeetha highlighted the importance of pruning in fruit crops and significance of canopy management in disease management, respectively. Dr. Kundan demonstrated the technique of canopy management under different plant densities (2m x3m, 3m x 4m, 5m x 5m) and basics of rejuvenation of old and senile mango trees. The after care of trees with regard to nutrient a management and pest and disease management was also demonstrated. Techniques of plant architecture at initial growth stage were demonstrated. Methodology for rejuvenation of old mango trees was also demonstrated. In addition, importance of nutrient management and disease and pest management in rejuvenated mango trees was emphasized. Participants assured that they will demonstrate the technology in the farmers’ field. The program was coordinated by Dr. Kundan Kishore with the help of Mrs. Suchitra Behera and Sh. A. Das. The program was ended with the vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Manas Sahoo.