Mango (Starch)

The Starch mango is creamy, rich, very sweet and has a yellow pulp with lots of fibre.
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Mango (Starch)

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Starch mango is of the most popular varieties of mango and is noted for its deliciously sweet taste. The fruit is small and has a creamy, rich, yellow pulp with lots of fibre. The fruit typically bears from May to September. Grafted Starch mango trees start bearing at 2 – 3 years after planting and if not pruned, they can grow quite tall to a height of 20 metres. For good establishment, plant trees in full sunlight during the rainy season and in well-drained soils.

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Mangifera indica

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St Augustine Nurseries

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La Pastora Plant Propagating Station Santa Cruz

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