How to identify authentic Hapus mango?

How to identify authentic Hapus mango?

How to identify authentic Hapus mango?

Want to know how to identify original authentic Alphonso Mango from Ratnagiri and Devgad? Follow some easy steps, and it will be easy to understand.  

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How Alphonso Mango Came to India

Initially Portuguese landed in Goa and invaded Goa in 1510 there. General Lord Afonso de Albuquerque landed and fought in Goa and conquered in those times. 

He had good knowledge of gardening, and he did a grafting of local Mango in Ratnagiri and another variety of mango then it was invented as a new mango.

It was named after Alphonso de Albuquerque appendage of the same name was done like apropos, apus, shampoos, Hapusa, Hapus or Alphonso Mango. 

As a fact, you must know that if you plant the seed of Alphonso Mango, it won't give the same mango; it will be some different variety of mango.

It won't be Alphonso. Rather it works only if the mango plant is smaller in stage grafted with Pure Alphonso Mango.  

Aroma of Mango

The original Alphonso mango is grown in Devgad Taluka in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra.

The mango offers a natural scent, considered the real and pure Alphonso mango.

Mangoes in some areas look like Alphonso mango but don't give out the same smell and smell awful when pressed hard against the nose.

Chemically ripe mangoes don't give out such a distinct aroma.

Look of Mango

Mangoes should look yellow, have a red tint at the top of the fruit, and feel soft when fully ripened. Chemically grown mangoes are hard but yellow. So be wise while choosing your mango.

Color of Mango

Chemically ripened mangoes look very different from the naturally grown mango in comparison to color.

The naturally grown mangoes show hues of yellow, green, and red on the top.

The naturally grown mangoes are distinct from others, have very natural colors, and are appealing.

Wrinkles and insides of The Fruit

Many people think that wrinkles on mangoes are beautiful, but that's not true. Mangoes should not have any wrinkles on the inside.

It has any wrinkles when cut open, which means they are harvested before ripening. Wrinkles might also tell that the aam is rotten.