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Mango Mallika Grafted Plants"Mangifera indica"

Mango Mallika Grafted Plants"Mangifera indica"

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Mallika mango is a hybrid mango variety, resulting from a cross between Neelum and Dasheri. It produces medium-sized fruits with a smooth, greenish-yellow skin when ripe. The flesh of Mallika mango is juicy, fiberless, and has a sweet, tropical flavor with hints of citrus, making it a popular choice among mango enthusiasts.

About Fruit:
The fruits of Mallika mango are medium-sized, typically weighing between 250-350 grams each. They have an attractive appearance, with a smooth, greenish-yellow skin that may develop a slight blush of red as they ripen. The flesh is juicy, fiberless, and has a rich, sweet taste with refreshing tropical notes. Mallika mangoes are prized for their excellent flavor and are ideal for fresh consumption, as well as for making juices, desserts, and preserves.

Mallika mango is highly versatile and can be used in various culinary applications. Its sweet, aromatic flesh makes it perfect for eating fresh, while its rich flavor enhances the taste of smoothies, sorbets, and fruit salads. The fiberless texture also makes it suitable for blending into sauces, chutneys, and jams.

Yield Appearance:
Mallika mango trees have a vigorous growth habit, producing a dense canopy of foliage. They are known for their consistent and abundant fruit production. Mallika trees bear fruit typically within 2-3 years of planting, with yields increasing as the tree matures. The compact size of the tree makes it suitable for both backyard gardens and commercial orchards.

Pollination, Yield, and Harvest:
Mallika 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 from mid to late summer, depending on the growing conditions and climate. Harvesting is done when the fruits develop their characteristic greenish-yellow color and yield slightly to gentle pressure.

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