Complete Guidelines And Growing Conditions of Baramasi Mango Tree.

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Baramasi Mango plant Growing conditions Urban plants All Season Mango plant is also known as Baster mango plant (baramasi) is one of the most loved and consumed varieties of mangoes. Hybrid Mango plants are sourced from South India and known for their unique taste and aromatic flavour pulp. Baramasi Mango is one of the most widely grown varieties of mangoes.  Baramasi Mango is well known for its sweet fragrance and delicious flavour. The Baramasi aam trees are medium to large in size. It has high levels of fibre-rich in Vitamin C and the pulp with high Vitamin A mineral through the Baramasi Mango. There are many varieties of mangoes cultivated all over the India. 
Above specification are indicative only. Actual dimensions may slightly differ
This is the mango Baramasi Plant. Each baramasi mango ranges from about 2 years of age and it will be 4-5 feet high. The plant will take a minimum of 2 years to get the Fruits. Baramasi Mango Plant is one of the most widely grown varieties of mangoes. It is well known for its sweet fragrance and delicious flavor. The Baramasi mango plants are grows medium to large in size. All Season Mangoes are evergreen with large symmetrically round awning with dark brown bark.

Growing Conditions of Baramasi Mango Tree

Baramasi aam Trees Urban plants Maximum Reachable Height : It grows from 4 to 5 Feet high.
Compatibility : Baramasi mango Plant Can be grown on Terrace & Ground
Bloom Time : Baramasi mango tree blooms 2 to 3 Times a Year
Sunlight: Needs More than 6 hours of direct bright sunlight a day is ideal for plants.
Watering 

  • Before water poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture content on the ground.
  • Water when topsoil about 1 to 2 inches feels dry to touch.
  • Water the plant thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy season.
Soil: The soil should be in well-drained condition and fertile, rich in organic content for growing plants.
Fertilizer: During the main growing season in the month June-July feed the plant with organic fertilizer.

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