Mango Tree Plantation Through Seedlings and plant Care

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.

Mango tree plantation Urban plants Growing mango fruits from seed can be a fun and enjoyable project for kids and seasoned gardeners alike. Though mango plants are extremely easy to grow, there are a few issues that you may encounter when attempting to plant mango seed from grocery store mangoes. 

Mango Tree Growing in Pit

First and foremost, mango fruits are only produce from mature trees. At maturity, mango trees can reach heights over 60 feet, about 18 m tall. Unless you live in a climate suitable for growing mangoes outdoors, tropical and subtropical areas, it’s unlikely that your mango plants will ever produce fruit. 
Additionally, fruits produced from mango plants will not be like those from which the seed came. This is due to the fact that commercial mango fruits are often produced by grafted trees for better disease resistance. 
Despite these facts, mango plant pits are still grown by gardeners in more temperate climates and are often admired for their foliage. 

Mango Pit Plantation 

Mango tree planting careGrowing mango seeds from grocery store mangoes is one of the most common places to start. First, you’ll need to check to ensure that the mango pit is practically viable. Sometimes mango fruits have been chill or treat. This results in a mango seed germination, which will not grow. Ideally, the mango seed should be a tan color. 
Since mango seeds contain a latex sap, which causes skin irritation, protection from these gloves are required. With gloved hands, carefully remove the pit from the mango fruit. Use a pair of scissors to remove the outer husk from the mango seed. Be certain to plant the seed immediately, as it should not be allow to dry out. 
Plant into a container filled with moist potting mix. Plant the mango seed deep enough so that the top of the seed is just below soil level. Keep well-draining and in a warm location. Use of a heat mat will help expedite the process of the mango seed germination. Keep in mind that mango pit germination may take many weeks. 

Mango fruit Seedlings Care 

Once the seed has germinated, make sure to water it two to three times a week for the first three to five weeks. Mango trees will require full sunlight and warm temperatures for continued growth. Overwintering mango plants indoors will be mandatory for many growing regions. 

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