How To Grow A Mango Plant ?  

There are several species of mango trees, and variations in the fruit. In order to grow a tree, choose the species you would like to grow. A mango tree needs an ideal climate to grow. It is a tropical fruit, and needs a lot of sun to grow and bear fruit.

Also, a mango tree can grow to be very large eventually. The tree starts bearing fruit only after it reaches at least four feet in height, and this can take around 18 months or more.More...

 

Mango Plant Care

Mango Plant Care        Mangoes can be equated to the apple for tropical areas. It is a unique fruit that grows only in the tropical weather conditions. A mango tree can typically take any amount of heat, but it is extremely sensitive to the cold. There are several varieties of fruits that come from various mango trees.In India, these trees are even grown as hybrid where the trees. More...

 

Mango Tree Diseases

Mango Tree Diseases       The mango tree is a tropical tree, and it requires a fairly hot climate to grow healthily. It also does not require that much water other than the initial few weeks of its growth. A mango tree is a fairly easy tree to handle provided the weather is ideal. Like any other tropical tree, the mango tree is susceptible to all the tropical diseases. Also, it can get afflicted with diseases at any stage of its growth. The twigs, leaves, fruits and trunk can get affected by diseases.More...

 

Can You Eat Mango Skin

Can You Eat Mango Skin         Mango is a very delicious fruit that is rich in Vitamin A. Several people love the sweet smell and unique taste of the fruit. It is the largest grown fruit in India, and also it is known as the king of fruits there. The taste of mango is the most sought after in some countries.It has a rich fibrous skin that can be eaten to. The most common way to eat a mango is to cut it into slices and eat the pulp off the skin.More...

 

Mango Growing Facts

Mango Growing Facts          The mango tree belongs to the same family as cashew and pistachios. The mango tree is a native of Southeast Asia. There are two varieties of it. One variety is from India, and the other from the Philippines. The other varieties that you get are basically off shoots of these two varieties.Here are some mango growing facts that you may not have known previously.More...

 

Growing Mango Trees From Seed

Growing Mango Trees From Seed            Mango trees grow from a seed, and in rare cases they can be propagated too. However, propagation is very difficult. Mango needs the perfect climate to grow, and it has to be hot. It is a tropical fruit. Mango tees grow really tall. So you should make sure that you are planting the seed in the middle of a sunny spot.More...

 

What Does A Mango Tree Look Like ?

What Does A Mango Tree Look Like          All mango trees look the same, and only the fruits may differ in appearance depending on the variety. The mango tree in natural environment can grow to be very tall. A full grown mango tree has a thick bark, and has several huge branches coming out of the tree. As the tree grows, it somewhat attempts to achieve a symmetrical shape that is beautiful to look at.More...

 

How To Eat A Mango ?

How To Eat A Mango           There are several varieties of mangoes available worldwide. Some are known for their sweetness, while others are sour. And still there are other varieties that are extremely juicy. Most people choose a mango that can be had without having to make a smoothie or a juice.More...

 

 

 

    
 

Fruit Gardening:

History-Of-A-Mango      Mango is a native fruit of Southeast Asia, specifically India. In India, it is known as king of fruits. In Southeast Asia, it is not as popular. However, it remains the most sought after taste among fruits. It is also the most consumed fruit in the world. Mexico happens to be the largest exporter of mangoes. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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