$99.00. Dwarfing Culture 'Kaew' is utilized in Thailand. This encourages feeder-root development in the field. Improved mangos developed in Florida have been of great value in upgrading the mango industry in tropical America and elsewhere. were prominent among associated fungi. Ripening In India, mangos are picked quite green to avoid bird damage and the dealers layer them with rice straw in ventilated storage rooms over a period of one week. Seedlings became widely distributed over the six major islands. Excellent coconut/mango flavor some compare it to a pina colada taste. If you would like to order a mango tree for pickup at the farm, please email us at trulytropicalpresents@gmail.com . Pick Your Trees - a PlantOGram.com Exclusive! 61: Low-fiber mangoes are easily prepared for the table by first cutting off the "cheeks" which can then be served for eating by spooning the flesh from the "shell". It yields a yellow dye, or, with turmeric and lime, a bright rose-pink. Has a bushy/compact growth habit and can be mantained at a height of only 6 feet making it a great container mango. Avocado: A Fruit with its own Month (Mayan Calendar), Grown in YOUR Home The universality of its renown is attested by the wide usage of the name, mango in English and Spanish and, with only slight variations in French (mangot, mangue, manguier), Portuguese (manga, mangueira), and Dutch (manja). The extracted pulpy juice of fibrous types is used for making mango halva and mango leather. The trees are then too weak to bear a full crop and the fruits should be thinned or completely removed. « Reply #20 on: February 05, 2012, 07:15:30 PM » Quote from: jcaldeira on February 05, 2012, 04:21:03 PM. The trees will bear in 2 to 3 years. Free shipping . In 1885, seeds of the excellent 'Bombay' mango of India were brought from Key West to Miami and resulted in two trees which flourished until 1909. In some parts, of Africa, it is called mangou, or mangoro. Rich, deep loam certainly contributes to maximum growth, but if the soil is too rich and moist and too well fertilized, the tree will respond vegetatively but will be deficient in flowering and fruiting. The leaves contain the glucoside, mangiferine. In Peru, the polyembryonic 'Manzo de Ica', is used as rootstock; in Colombia, 'Hilaza' and 'Puerco'. The leading predators of the tree in India are jassid hoppers (Idiocerus spp.) ... Mangos and budwood for sale; USA, West Palm Beach, FL, 33405, Zone 10b; Re: How large will a Pickering mango tree get? Production today probably has reached about 16,535 tons (15,000 MT) annually, and South Africa exports fresh mangos by air to Europe. The ripe flesh may be spiced and preserved in jars. The latter show black spots externally and the corresponding flesh area is affected. Any temperature below 55.4° F (13° C) is damaging to 'Kent'. It is essentially peach-like but much more fibrous (in some seedlings excessively so-actually "stringy"); is extremely juicy, with a flavor range from very sweet to subacid to tart. Pictogram Guide you may also see symbol definition in a pop-up window by mouse-pointing on pictogram Close window. Many of the unpollinated flowers are shed or fail to set fruit, or the fruit is set but is shed when very young. Due to the overwhelming demand for our trees, please be advised of the following:   Orders sent in by our customers are considered a "wish list" Even if the order is paid for in advance, we cannot guarantee that the trees will be here at the time the order is pulled; Orders are filled in the order they were received. One grower who has hedged and topped trees close-planted at the rate of 100 per acre (41/ha) averages 14,000 to 19.000 lbs/acre. 13-1', introduced into Israel from Egypt in 1931, has been tested since the early 1960's in various regions of the country for tolerance of calcareous soils and saline conditions. Yield But researchers in India have found that there is very little chance of contamination and that omitting the covering gives as much as 3.85% fruit set in place of 0.23% to 1.57% when bagged. In 1981, experimenters at Lucknow, India, reported the economic advantage of "stone-grafting", which requires less space in the nursery and results in greater uniformity. Mango flowers are visited by fruit bats, flies, wasps, wild bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, ants and various bugs seeking the nectar and some transfer the pollen but a certain amount of self-pollination also occurs. Watt, in 1885 but only two survived the trip and they were soon frozen in a cold spell. Tampa, FL > Buy & Sell > Garden Items For Sale in Tampa, FL > Pickering Mango Tree - $275 (1668 s Prescott Ave Clearwater) Pickering Mango Tree - $275 (1668 s Prescott Ave Clearwater) View larger image Ad id: 2806199108191587: Views: 12: Price: $275.00. However, the fruit produced did not correspond to 'Mulgoa' descriptions. Over the years, selections have been made for commercial production and culture has extended to subtropical Western Australia. Ripe mangos may be frozen whole or peeled, sliced and packed in sugar (1 part sugar to 10 parts mango by weight) and quick-frozen in moisture-proof containers. Some cultivars tend to produce a high percentage of small fruits without a fully developed seed because of unfavorable weather during the fruit-setting period. Green or ripe mangos may be used to make relish. The Pickering Mango is a very productive, fast growing tree and virtually disease resistant mango variety. Free shipping. Local markets throughout its range are heaped high with the fragrant fruits in season and large quantities are exported to non-producing countries. Jackfruit. In trials at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, 10-year-old trees of 'Neelum' grafted on polyembryonic 'Bapakkai' showed vigor and spread of tree and productivity far superior to those grafted on 'Olour' which is also polyembryonic. In Florida, pyriform scale, Protopulvinaria Pyrformis, and Florida wax scale, Ceroplastes floridensis, are common, and the lesser snow scale, Pinnaspis strachani, infests the trunks of small trees and lower branches of large trees. Please refresh your browser by downloading it on the links below or contact your system administrator serving your computer. Mango consumers in England are mostly residents of Indian origin, or English people who formerly lived in India. In some of the islands of the Caribbean, the leaf decoction is taken as a remedy for diarrhea, fever, chest complaints, diabetes, hypertension and other ills. I am ready to move these large trees into 100 Gallon pots so they are the largest trees you will find in a 45 Gallon. In India, after preservative treatment, it is used for rafters and joists, window frames, agricultural implements, boats, plywood, shoe heels and boxes, including crates for shipping tins of cashew kernels. In 1872, a seedling of 'No. Click Here for Antonio Mango Tree video 1: https://youtu.be/01lNJiAvye8 2. In times of food scarcity in India, the kernels are roasted or boiled and eaten. Craigslist has listings for mango tree for sale in the Orlando, FL area. These improved conditions have proved superior to the conventional packing of the fruits in Phoenix-palm-midrib or bamboo, or the newer pigeonpea-stem, baskets padded with rice straw and mango leaves and transported in steel boxcars, which has resulted in 20% to 30% losses from shriveling, unshapeliness and spoilage. 10 years ago. Green mangos are peeled, sliced, parboiled, then combined with sugar, salt, various spices and cooked, sometimes with raisins or other fruits, to make chutney; or they may be salted, sun-dried and kept for use in chutney and pickles. Produces at a young age. Some of these are cultivars introduced from Florida where they flower and fruit only once a year. Green or ripe mangos may be used to make relish. Mango growing began with the earliest settlers in North Queensland, Australia, with seeds brought casually from India, Ceylon, the East Indies and the Philippines. Leaves and shoots are preyed on by the caterpillars of Parasa lepida, Chlumetia transversa and Orthaga exvinacea. A pre-harvest dry stem-end rot was first noticed on 'Tommy Atkins' in Mexico in 1973, and it has spread to all Mexican plantings of this cultivar causing losses of 10-80% especially in wet weather. Seed fat: Having high stearic acid content, the fat is desirable for soap-making. The trees fruited some years after his death and his widow gave the name 'Haden' to the tree that bore the best fruit. Blooming and Pollination Free shipping. Supplies also come in from India and Taiwan. Naturally dwarf hybrids such as 'Julie' have been developed. A number of organisms in India cause white sap, heart rot, gray blight, leaf blight, white pocket rot, white spongy rot, sap rot, black bark and red rust. For a week before setting out, the plants should be exposed to full morning sun. All Mango Varieties: Pot Size: 3 gallon Age: 2-3 years old Fruitin A study of 16 cultivars was undertaken in 1960 to determine those best suited to more intense commercial production. fungus problems which lead to stem die back are common, making fungicide applications necessary for success. The fruit has a firm flesh with a tasty coconut/mango flavor with very little fiber content. Mango culture in the Sudan occupies about 24,710 acres (10,000 ha) producing a total of 66,138 tons (60,000 MT) per year. Immature mangos are often blown down by spring winds. The fungus affects the flowers and causes young fruits to dehydrate and fall, and 20% of the crop may be lost. Where the lime content is above 30%, iron chelates are added. This variety was regarded as the standard of excellence locally for many decades thereafter and was popular for shipping because of its tough skin. Leading exporters of fresh mangos are: the Philippines, shipping to Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan; Thailand, shipping to Singapore and Malaysia; Mexico, shipping mostly 'Haden' to the United States, 2,204 tons (2,000 MT), annually, also to Japan and Paris; India, shipping mainly 'Alphonso' and 'Bombay' to Europe, Malaya, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait; Indonesia, shipping to Hong Kong and Singapore; and South Africa shipping (60% 'Haden' and 'Kent') by air to Europe and London in mid-winter. The most serious is the axillary bud gall caused by Apsylla cistellata of the family Psyllidae. Fruit Trees. In India, double-grafting has been found to dwarf mango trees and induce early fruiting. A common occurance is that a young mango tree will be burned severely by cold, but then will grow from the base of the tree, and people are often relieved to see that their tree is not dead. Buddhist monks are believed to have taken the mango on voyages to Malaya and eastern Asia in the 4th and 5th Centuries B.C. The flesh should be completely removed. Harvesting Mangos normally reach maturity in 4 to 5 months from flowering. It was beautiful, crimson-blushed, just under 1 lb (454 g) with golden-yellow flesh. In commercial groves in southern Florida, the trees are set at the intersection of cross trenches mechanically cut through the limestone. Some of these are cultivars introduced from Florida where they flower and fruit only once a year. INDIAN MANGO ANWAR ROTAL TREE GRAFTED THE BEST MANGO IN THE WORLD. It has been determined that mangos have been picked prematurely if they require more than 48 hours of ethylene treatment and are not fit for market. On organic soils (muck and peat), nitrogen may be omitted entirely. Following India in volume of exports are Thailand, 774,365 tons (702,500 MT), Pakistan and Bangladesh, followed by Brazil. Search Bar. Jackfruit. P.J. Mangos should always be washed to remove any sap residue, before handling. Tanzania is 7th, the Dominican Republic, 8th and Colombia, 9th. Copper deficiency is seen in paleness of foliage and severe tip-bum with gray-brown patches on old leaves; abnormally large leaves; also die-back of terminal shoots; sometimes gummosis of twigs and branches. Experiments in Florida have demonstrated that 'Irwin', 'Tommy Atkins' and 'Kent' mangos, held for 3 weeks at storage temperature of 55.4° F (13° C), 98% to 100% relative humidity and atmospheric pressure of 76 or 152 mmHg, ripened thereafter with less decay at 69.8° F (21° C) under normal atmospheric pressure, as compared with fruits stored at the same temperature with normal atmospheric pressure. In Florida, mango growers apply up to 20 sprayings up to the cut-off point before harvesting. Enthusiastic introduction of other varieties by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Plant Industry, by nurserymen, and other individuals followed, and the mango grew steadily in popularity and importance. It’s been quit, From all of us at Louie’s Nursery, we thank you, Still looking for last minute gift ideas for Chris, Lady of Shallot English Rose still blooming strong, For those of you interested in tropical fruit tree, Guavas and dragon fruit are in abundance at @louie, Fabulously fragrant Votivo candles just in time fo, Due to high demand/limited supply/Christmas being, Time is running out for Black Friday savings⏳. or Best Offer. Productivity evaluations started in 1965 and continued to 1972. For example: shy-bearing 'Himayuddin' ´ heavy-bearing 'Neelum'. Choice of suitable cultivars is an essential factor in processing mangos for different purposes. In India, after preservative treatment, it is used for rafters and joists, window frames, agricultural implements, boats, plywood, shoe heels and boxes, including crates for shipping tins of cashew kernels. Seeds of polyembryonic mangos are most convenient for local and international distribution of desirable varieties. Varieties Lancetilla, pickering, nam doc mai, and mallika, are all good condo-mango varieties. Average yield on a dry-weight basis is 13%. Water the trees deeply to saturate the long taproot. Gloeosporium mangiferae causes black spotting of fruits. In Florida's limestone, one commercial grower maintains 100 trees per acre (247 per ha), controlling size by hedging and topping. Avocado. Control measures must be taken in advance of flowering and regularly during dry spells. Hundreds and even as many as 3,000 to 4,000 small, yellowish or reddish flowers, 25% to 98% male, the rest hermaphroditic, are borne in profuse, showy, erect, pyramidal, branched clusters 2 1/2 to 15 1/2 in (6-40 cm) high. Inarching and approach-grafting are traditional in India. It has a longer, narrower shape than most mangoes and does not have a green hue. In India, fertilizer is applied at an increasing rate until the tree is rather old, and then it is discontinued. Report Contact Poster by Email. It becomes pale-yellow and translucent when dried. The fat is administered in cases of stomatitis. or Best Offer. Food Value Per 100 g of Edible Portion (Flesh)* Calories 62.1-63.7 Moisture 78.9-82.8 g Protein 0.36-0.40 g Fat 0.30-0.53 g Carbohydrates 16.20-17.18 g Fiber 0.85-1.06 g Ash 0.34-0.52 g Calcium 6.1-12.8 mg Phosphorus 5.5-17.9 mg Iron 0.20-0.63 mg Vitamin A (carotene) 0.135-1.872 mg Thiamine 0.020-0.073 mg Riboflavin 0.025-0.068 mg Niacin 0.025-0.707 mg Ascorbic Acid 7.8-172.0 mg Tryptophan 3-6 mg Methionine 4 mg Lysine 32-37 mg *Minimum and maximum levels of food constituents derived from various analyses made in Cuba, Central America, Africa and India. In South Africa, 11 species of scales have been recorded on the fruits. Fast & Free shipping on many items! Pests and Diseases On Sale ; Call to Order! Dwarfing GRAFTED CARRIE MANGO TREE ONE OF THE VERY BEST MANGO FROM USA. Tongue-, saddle-, and root-grafting (stooling) are also common Indian practices. Following India in volume of exports are Thailand, 774,365 tons (702,500 MT), Pakistan and Bangladesh, followed by Brazil. Mango. They may not be able to handle, peel, or eat mangos or any food containing mango flesh or juice. Mango preserves go to the same countries receiving the fresh fruit and also to Hong Kong, Iraq, Canada and the United States. New Years Day, Just posted a photo @ Louie's Nursery instagram.com/p/CJmiR6AF87t/…, Just posted a photo @ Louie's Nursery instagram.com/p/CJeLof1lTa_/…, Just posted a photo @ Louie's Nursery instagram.com/p/CJMXv4EFrP8/…. Heavy attacks may result in cracking of the bark and oozing of sap. George B. Cellon started extensive vegetative propagation (patch-budding) of the 'Haden' in 1900 and shipped the fruits to northern markets. There is a single, longitudinally ribbed, pale yellowish-white, somewhat woody stone, flattened, oval or kidney-shaped, sometimes rather elongated. Inclusion of sphagnum moss in the sack has no benefit and shows inferior rates of germination over 2- to 4-week periods, and none at all at 6 weeks. Another unsuccessful importation of inarched trees from Calcutta was made in 1888. GRAFTED DWARF PICKERING MANGO TREE ONE OF THE BEST MANGO IN THE WORLD. GRAFTED CARRIE MANGO TREE ONE OF THE VERY BEST MANGO FROM USA. Normally sells for $135.00 plus tax. In Australia, mature-green 'Kensington Pride' mangos have been dipped in a 4% solution of calcium chloride under reduced pressure (250 mm Hg) and then stored in containers at 77° F (25° C) in ethylene-free atmosphere. The original wild mangos were small fruits with scant, fibrous flesh, and it is believed that natural hybridization has taken place between M. indica and M. sylvatica Roxb. In Florida, the most common is the avocado red mite, Paratetranychus yothersii. Removing and burning the inflorescence has been the only remedy, but it has been found that malformation can be reduced by a single spray of NAA (200 mg in 50 ml alcohol with water added to make 1 liter) in October, and deblooming in early January. Also, the seed should be fresh, not dried. In a sophisticated Florida operation, harvested fruits are put into tubs of water on trucks in order to wash off the sap that exudes from the stem end. The stigma is small and not designed to catch windborne pollen. Mango tree care is similar to that of any fruit tree. Mealybugs, Phenacoccus citri and P. mangiferae, and Drosicha stebbingi and D. mangiferae may infest young leaves, shoots and fruits. There were estimated to be 7,000 acres (2,917 ha) in 27 Florida counties in 1954, over half in commercial groves. Because of the presence of the Caribbean fruit fly, Anastrepha suspensa, in Florida, all Florida mangos for interstate shipment or for export must be fumigated or immersed in hot water at 115° F (46.11° C) for 65 minutes. The most common pickering mango material is paper. Adult trees are able to flower up to 3 times a year. In India, fertilizer is applied at an increasing rate until the tree is rather old, and then it is discontinued. Of six grafted trees that arrived from Bombay in 1889, through the efforts of the United States Department of Agriculture, only one lived to fruit nine years later. Fig. After becoming established in Brazil, the mango was carried to the West Indies, being first planted in Barbados about 1742 and later in the Dominican Republic. If sprayed at 68 days after full bloom and harvested 2 weeks after spraying, there will be an improvement in quality in regard to soluble solids and titratable acidity. How large will a Pickering mango tree get? Mangos normally reach maturity in 4 to 5 months from flowering. Link to image: Mango Choc Anon : Mangifera indica Family: Anacardiaceae Mango Origin: South Asia and India. Spraying with growth-retardant chemicals has been tried, with inconsistent results. Ylang-ylang. Seeds stored in the latter manner have shown 80% viability even after 70 days. Description In humid climates, anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides (Glomerella cingulata) affects flowers, leaves, twigs, fruits, both young and mature. Dipping in 500 ppm maleic hydrazide for 1 min and storing at 89.6° F (32° C) also retards decay but not loss of moisture. As with poison ivy, there is typically a delayed reaction. There were 4,000 acres (1,619 ha) in 1961. The tree shipped is believed to have been a 'Mulgoa' (erroneously labeled 'Mulgoba', a name unknown in India except as originating in Florida). or Best Offer. It has been found that a single mechanical deblossoming in the first bud-burst stage, induces subsequent development of particles with less malformation, more hermaphrodite flowers, and, as a result, a much higher yield of fruits. Of six grafted trees that arrived from Bombay in 1889, through the efforts of the United States Department of Agriculture, only one lived to fruit nine years later. The fungus affects the flowers and causes young fruits to dehydrate and fall, and 20% of the crop may be lost. Copper deficiency is seen in paleness of foliage and severe tip-bum with gray-brown patches on old leaves; abnormally large leaves; also die-back of terminal shoots; sometimes gummosis of twigs and branches. The mango is naturally adapted to tropical lowlands between 25°N and 25°S of the Equator and up to elevations of 3,000 ft (915 m). One of the most serious diseases of the mango is powdery mildew (Oidium mangiferae), which is common in most growing areas of India, occurs mostly in March and April in Florida. There is a single, longitudinally ribbed, pale yellowish-white, somewhat woody stone, flattened, oval or kidney-shaped, sometimes rather elongated. Inside the fruits attacked by AIternaria there are corresponding areas of hard, corky, spongy lesions. Choose from a vast assortment of great tasting varieties such as Alphonso, Kent and Nam Doc Mai and many more! Space Coast, FL > Buy & Sell > Garden Items For Sale in Space Coast, FL > Pickering Mango Tree - $120 (Indian Harbour Beach) Pickering Mango Tree - $120 (Indian Harbour Beach) View larger image. Quality is improved by controlled temperatures between 60° and 70° F (15° -21° C). There is no record of the introduction of the mango into South Africa but a plantation was set out in Durban about 1860. Immature mangos are often blown down by spring winds. Before packing, the stem is cut off 1/4 in (6 mm) from the base of the fruit. And the early particles show a low percentage of hermaphrodite flowers and a high incidence of floral malformation. Egypt produces 110,230 tons (100,000 MT) of mangos annually and exports moderate amounts to 20 countries in the Near East and Europe. Hypersensitive persons may react with considerable swelling of the eyelids, the face, and other parts of the body. Grafted mangos may set fruit within a year or two from planting. Sao Paulo raises about 63,382 tons (57,500 MT) per year on 9,884 acres (4,000 ha). Lack of iron produces chlorosis in young trees. Ripe mangos may be frozen whole or peeled, sliced and packed in sugar (1 part sugar to 10 parts mango by weight) and quick-frozen in moisture-proof containers. It, like the sap of the trunk and branches and the skin of the unripe fruit, is a potent skin irritant, and capable of blistering the skin of the normal individual. Old trees of inferior types are top-worked to better cultivars by either side-grafting or crown-grafting the beheaded trunk or beheaded main branches. From these, two trees grew to large size and one was still fruiting in 1910 and is believed to have been the parent of the 'No. Is it … Pests and Diseases In India, the cultivar 'Dasheri', which is self incompatible, tends to begin blooming very early (December and January) when no other cultivars are in flower. Hawaiian technologists have developed methods for steam- and lye-peeling, also devices for removing peel from unpeeled fruits in the preparation of nectar. The mango performs very well in sand, gravel, and even oolitic limestone (as in southern Florida and the Bahamas) A polyembryonic seedling, 'No. (The average for 'Alphonso' is 10%.) Ground fertilizers are supplemented by foliar nutrients including zinc, manganese and copper. Dr. Wilson Popenoe, one of the early Plant Explorers of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, became Director of the Escuela Agricola Panamericana, Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Makes a great container plant for people with small yards or patios or for people living up North in colder climates so that it can be moved indoors during the cold months. Use of seedlings of unknown parentage has resulted in great variability in a single cultivar. MANGO TREES FOR SALE in NORTH FORT MYERS in all sizes and 10 types! This mango makes an excellent container tree and is very productive. The most popular color? Calcium 6.1-12.8 mg The fruit has a firm flesh with a tasty coconut/mango flavor with very little fiber content. This grave problem occurs in Pakistan, India, South Africa and Egypt, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Mexico, Brazil and Venezuela, but not as yet in the Philippines. It may have along one side a beard of short or long fibers clinging to the flesh cavity, or it may be nearly fiberless and free. Jasmine. A small tree, now only 6 ft tall, a condo guy, will not get much taller, with over 40 mango's,..but they are not the tastiest fruits out there. " Three plants were brought from Chile in 1825. Around Lucknow, 'Dashehari' is heavily infested by this pest; 'Samarbehist' ('Chausa') less. Blooming and Pollination Toxicity Here’s our current 3-gallon Mango Inventory. In advance of the local season, quantities are imported into the USA from Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and, throughout the summer, Mexican sources supply mangos to the Pacific Coast consumer. $120. Half-ripe or green mangos are peeled and sliced as filling for pie, used for jelly, or made into sauce which, with added milk and egg whites, can be converted into mango sherbet. High rates of germination are obtained if seeds are stored in polyethylene bags but the seedling behavior may be poor. Honeybees do not especially favor mango flowers and it has been found that effective pollination by honeybees would require 3 to 6 colonies per acre (6-12 per ha). Husk removal speeds germination and avoids cramping of roots, and also permits discovery and removal of the larva of the seed weevil in areas where this pest is prevalent. In 1868 or 1869, seeds were planted south of Coconut Grove and the resultant trees prospered at least until 1909, producing the so-called 'Peach' or 'Turpentine' mango which became fairly common. $120. These large trees in … Usually no pruning is done until the 4th year, and then only to improve the form and this is done right after the fruiting season. There are some varieties called "Baramasi" that flower and fruit irregularly throughout the year. All the different varieties of mango trees that we offer for sale are grafted on Gomera-1 rootstocks, so our customers in Europe will get the benefit of some added cold resistance from the roots. In the Philippines, various methods are employed to promote flowering: smudging (smoking), exposing the roots, pruning, girdling, withholding nitrogen and irrigation, and even applying salt. The leading predators of the tree in India are jassid hoppers (Idiocerus spp.) Naik described 82 varieties grown in South India. Seedlings became widely distributed over the six major islands. A mango stone decorticator has been designed and successfully operated by the Agricultural Engineering Department of Pantnagar University, India. Annona. Shield- and patch-grafting have given up to 70% success but the Forkert system of budding has been found even more practical. Some of these may be diverted for table use after a 2-week ripening period at 62° to 65° F (16.67° -18.13° C). Over 500 named varieties (some say 1,000) have evolved and have been described in India. The tree is long-lived, some specimens being known to be 300 years old and still fruiting. Mango juice may be spray-dried and powdered and used in infant and invalid foods, or reconstituted and drunk as a beverage. Surplus ripe mangos are peeled, sliced and canned in sirup, or made into jam, marmalade, jelly or nectar. Singh presented and illustrated 150 in their monograph on the mangos of Uttar Pradesh (1956). 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