How to plant an Alphonso Mango tree?
- Firstly, take a completely ripened Alphonso mango and cut it down. Don’t damage the seed, while talking out pulp
- Wash the Alphonso Mango seed nicely with water and then keep it under sun to dry
- After allowing the Alphonso Mango seed to dry for a few days, take a sharp knife and cut the seed carefully from edges
- Open the Alphonso Mango seed cover with the sharp blade/knife. Do not damage the inside part of the mango seed
- Remove the Alphonso Mango seed and throw the upper husk away
- The inside part of the Mango seed is of kidney-shape, having whitish green appearance
- Now take an Alphonso Mango Tree Plantation container and fill it with healthy soil. Make enough holes on the pot which can pass out the excessive water in the pot.
Once you add enough soil for planting, take the mango seed and place it in the middle. Make a little hole in the soil and place the seed inside that hole. Place the Alphonso mango seed in such a way, wherein eye part has an upward facing
Now take a pinch or two of turmeric powder and spray it near the Alphonso Mango seed. This helps the Alphonso Mango seed germinate faster and keeps it healthy. Now take a little soil in your hands and spray them on the seed. Try to loosely cover the seed with a little bit of soil in a container. Keep this plant container where sun rays reach every day. Keep watering the container daily. During the initial days, you need to spray a little amount of water. Excessive water can spoil the germinating seed inside soil. Consider taking medium temperature and climatic conditions and water. The Alphonso Mango seed should be germinated within a few weeks of span. Nurture the
Alphonso plant and protect it from any type of external damage
Once this plant turns 2-3 year-old, you can shift it to an outdoor location that has enough space, water supply and sun rays. Water the plant daily and wait for a few years. It will bear fruits during summers.