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This is a discussion on My small garden within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Thanks Hoang. That's exactly what happens to our trees here. So you seem to have ...
Thanks Hoang. That's exactly what happens to our trees here. So you seem to have the same problem.However some mango trees have resistance to this attack. We have a variety here named 'Sala' which seems to resist the attack, but the flesh is quite coarse and not suitable as a dessert fruit. However it is very popular here with orchard owners because it fruits the whole year round and is in great demand by restaurants to make 'kerabu mangga' or 'mamuang jaam'[Thai] which are spicy salads made with green mangoes. I'm sure you have the same spicy salad in Vietnam.
The mango fruit of my growing very well ^ _ ^
Beautiful photos, hoang. Your mango looks very much like our variety called 'Mas Muda' meaning ' Light Golden Colour' referring to the colour of the flesh which is light yellow when ripe.
This makes me so envy the more tropical enviroments. Looking outside right now only shows me snow ( which can be nice if you do not have to worry about getting to work in one piece)
^ _ ^ I also like snow, but where I stay no ^ _ ^,
catttan : I think the mango fruit you grow well ^ _ ^