About Product: Mango Neelam
Neelam mangoes are perfectly shaped- large, oblong and pointed base. Mango (Mangifera Indica) is a very attractive, evergreen tropical tree with glossy, dense greenstuff. Neelam Mangoes are known for their beautiful shape, taste and divine floral aroma. The Neelam is a popular choice and is renowned for its availability. The Neelam is highly relished by mango fans across the globe. However, it is primarily grown in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Growing mango trees in home Garden will give you a lifetime fresh pungent fruit from an attractive shade tree.
⦁ Package contain 1 Plant
⦁ Plant height approx.: 1 to 2 feet
⦁ Pots Size: 4 to 5” black or red nursery pot
⦁ One Plant T Tag
⦁ Plants Caring Guide Book
⦁ Fruiting Season: between June and September
⦁ Reachable Plant Height: 4 to 6 feet
⦁ Pot Requirement: 15 to 30 inches
⦁ suitable: full sun and shady place
⦁ Plant Type: Fruit plant
⦁ Caring: Low maintenance easy caring
⦁ Soil Type: The soil should be soft and well-drained and rich in essential nutrients.
Common Name: Kilichundan, Mango, Neelam.
Scientific Name: Mangifera Indica
⦁ Sunlight: Need approx. 6 to 7 hours per day
⦁ Climate: Best climate of growing plant 25 to 30 degree CO
⦁ Watering: Watering when top soil (1-2 inches) feels dry to touch.
⦁ Manure Use: use any organic manure after 20 to 25 days
⦁ Which Time Use Fertilizers: When the plant is at the flowering stage NPK fertilizer Should be used which brings more fruits
To change the plant's pot, the plant should be removed with great care so that there is no problem with the roots. Don’t overfill the pot before you put the new plant in .
After re-potting plant in the pot, place the plant in a shady place and regularly watering approx. 2 weeks. which makes it easier for the plant to produce roots, and the plant starts growing rapidly. After changing the pot, keep the plant in an open place so that the plant can return to its healthy condition as soon as possible.
In mango main problem is optional holder. It could be controlled by using Paclobutrazol for non-bearing fruit trees during first fortnight of September will motivate flowering and fruit set produce during off years. And if weeds are growing in the plant, then they should be removed, and throw away so that it does not come out again, it affects the growth of the plant. If insects are found in the plant, they should be treated with neem oil or insecticide at the appropriate time.
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