Where Mango Grows
When you pass through the roads of Konkan from Mumbai, you will always feel where you are, where you have landed yourself.
It is a lush green land where Mango Grows.
The mango tree grows in the tropical climate of India.
They are not the only source of Mango; it is also a big bird housing society.
Mango Grows across India, but King of Alphonso Mango grows in Konkan, which is now Geographical Tag Certified.
It is one of the best living things which gives multiple things to mother earth and the people who live on the planet.
A mango tree that grows quite high. Nowadays, with some research, it is always pruned to maintain the height and harvesting easily.
Mango Tree Height
Most well-grown mangoes have a height of 70 feet to 100 feet or even more.
Which covers the tree's circumference, which spreads across 28 feet to 38 feet or more.
Nowadays, with the latest technology in mind, these trees are cultivated with pruning technology which helps easier harvesting of the mangoes.
The leaves, a leathery texture, vary from 4 to 18 inches in length and last on the tree for more than a year.
Flowers called motor in Marathi blossom at the end with groups of 4 to 16 inches long.
Flowers of mango tree a mildly sweet aroma and small in shape with white petals.
Honey bees and insects pollinate flowers, and less than 1 percent of the flowers will mature to form a fruit.
India is Mango's first country producing 50% of the world's Mango.
Many other Mango producing countries, including Mexico, China, Pakistan, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Nigeria(planted by Indians who traveled), Brazil, and Egypt.
In which season mango grows in India
This fruit tree starts flowering from December to February and bearing fruits from February.
But the proper season of Mango in India is from March to June, and some varieties of mangoes are up to July end, or august starts like Dasheri. While
Alphonso Mango season is up to May end.