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VARIETY OF ORGANIC MANGOS

Osteen

Tommy atkins

Keitt

The fruit of osteen handle is oblong shaped, purple. Their average weight, with the loaded tree is about 525 gr. The presence of fiber in the pulp is low to moderate and is well suited to use with a spoon. The size of the seed is small. The quality of this result is good. The tree osteen handle has an erect growth habit and medium size.

Tommy Atkins produces fruit oblong-oval shaped, skin is orange to deep red. Their average weight is 500 to 550 gr. The presence of fiber in the pulp is medium to high with poor response to consumer spoon. The size of the seed is small. The quality of this fruit is smaller. Tommy atkins The tree has a rounded crown with great poise and vigour.

Keitt mango fruit is ovoid-oblong, the skin color is pink with less than 30% red. Their average weight is 500 to 600 gr. The pulp fibers has virtually adapting well to use a spoon. The size of the seed is small. The quality of this fruit is excellent and has a long shelf life. The growth habit of Keitt mango tree is characterized by its long, arching branches with limited growth in the subtropics.


INFORMATION


The mango is native to Southeast Asia and more specifically in India around 2000 BC From there it spread to other regions. Today and always has been a highly valued fruit. In the sixteenth century it was a status symbol in India. The culture was a privilege of rajas and nabobs. One of them, Akbar, planted a garden with a hundred thousand bucks. However, were the Portuguese colonizers who brought this culture to Africa and then to Brazil from where it spread to other countries in Latin American and other lands suitable climate as in our Malaga Axarquia, Malaga.

Today is grown in warm climate countries plus some temperate climates such as Colombia, Guatemala, Venezuela, Panama, Bolivia, Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Mexico, Dominican Republic Peru, Chile, China, Ecuador and southern of Spain in Malaga and Granada.


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