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Feel the Mango Pulp

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Feel the Mango Pulp Mango is lovely and fruitful fruit which is back.
The lovers of mango are celebrating the bliss of this fruit.

Kris Henderson said, "She can't wait for mangoes to ripen". She has two mangoes tree full of mangoes at her home. She also said, "The children's are looking pensively at trees daily".

The Northern Rivers commercial mango growers are thanking God and taking a breath of relief after three consecutive seasons of awful mango, they finally are harvesting. According to Jeremy Bright a Department of Primary Industries horticulturalist the cause of bad mangoes was too much spring rain.

Mr. Bright said, "You require high-quality flowering and good pollination."
Dry spring is required for fruit to ripe and grows accurately. He also said, "This year's crop is look ing first-class".

The majority of NSW mango industry is based on Hogarth Range. 35,000 trays of mangoes are produced on the range, which receives about 60 per cent less rainfall and valued at propos of $700,000. The late season fruit is provided to Australian market by NSW industry which is prominent for late fruit between Februarys to April.

Mango is kind of Mangifera, which is variety of tropical fruiting trees in flowering plant family Anacardiaceae. The mango is home-grown to India and refined tropical and subtropical regions and circulated in world. It is for food, juice, taste, aroma and color.

Mango trees have 35-40 m height, with radius of 10 m. Some species can live over 300 years. In bottomless earth the taproot descends to deepness of 6 meters (20 feet). The leaves are evergreen and have colors orange-pink then change into dark glossy red, then dark green. The flowers are small and white with five petals 5-10 mm long with a slight aroma.

Mango is variable in size and color, and may be yellow, orange, red or green when ripe, when unpeeled fruit gives a unique sweet aroma. Its center is a single flat oblong pit either fibrous or hairy surface. Within the pit 1-2 mm broad is a skinny coating casing a solo seed, 4-7 cm lengthy, 3-4 cm wide, and 1 cm broad.

By FW Editor

Tags: food, fruits, exotic

Category: Food  - ( Food Archive)

Date Added: 14 January '10

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