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Mango Ambika Grafted Plants"Mangifera indica"

Mango Ambika Grafted Plants"Mangifera indica"

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Ambika mango is a delightful mango variety known for its sweet, juicy flesh and exceptional flavor. It is a cross between Amrapali and Janardhan Pasand mango varieties, resulting in a unique combination of characteristics. The fruits of Ambika mango are oblong-oval, with a bright yellow color and a dark red blush, making them visually appealing. The pulp is dark yellow, firm, and has scanty fiber, weighing about 300-350 grams each. Ambika mangoes have a high TSS (Total Soluble Solids) level of 21.0B, ensuring a delightful eating experience. The hybrid’s attractive fruit color makes it suitable for both domestic and export markets.

About Fruit:
Ambika mangoes are medium to large-sized fruits with an attractive appearance. They have an oblong-oval shape and a bright yellow color with a dark red blush when ripe. The flesh is dark yellow, firm, and has scanty fiber, providing a smooth and enjoyable texture. Ambika mangoes are perfect for fresh consumption, as well as for making juices, smoothies, and desserts.

Ambika mango is versatile and can be used in various culinary applications. Its sweet, aromatic flesh makes it perfect for eating fresh, while its firm texture enhances the taste of beverages, salads, and desserts. The scanty fiber content also makes it suitable for blending into sauces, chutneys, and jams.

Yield Appearance:
Ambika mango trees are regular bearers, producing a consistent crop of fruits. They have the potential to yield about 80 kg per plant by about 10 years of planting under improved cultural practices. The trees demonstrate wider adaptability and can perform well under various growing conditions. The late maturity of the variety ensures a prolonged harvest period, allowing for extended fruit availability.

Pollination, Yield, and Harvest:
Ambika mango trees are partially self-pollinating, but cross-pollination with other mango varieties can increase fruit set and yield. Proper care, including regular watering, fertilization, and pest control, can optimize fruit production. The fruits usually ripen late in the season, providing a late-maturing option for mango growers. Harvesting is done when the fruits develop their characteristic bright yellow color with a dark red blush and yield slightly to gentle pressure. The attractive fruit color and firm texture make Ambika mangoes desirable for both local consumption and export markets.

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