“The 'amrapali' mango is a named mango cultivar introduced in 1971. It was developed as a hybrid variety of 'dasheri' and 'neelum’. Since then this mango has been introduced to farms and orchards across india. The tree is a dwarf, regular-bearer, with clusters of small-sized fruits”.
ØHindi-Aam / Keri, Tamil
- Mampazham / Manka, Malayalam
- Mampazham, Telugu
- Mamidi Pandu, Kannada
- Mavina Hannu / Mavinkayi, Bengali-
Marathi- Amba, Oriya-
Amba, Punjabi- Amb / Aam, Kashmiri- Amb
ØLight : Sunlight
ØWatering : Medium
ØPropagation : By
Seed and Grafting
ØMaintenance : Water the
trees deeply to saturate the long taproot. Allow the top surface of the soil to
dry to a depth of several inches before
watering again. Withhold irrigation for two months prior to flowering and then resume once fruits begin to produce.
Fertilize the tree with nitrogen
fertilizer three times per year.
ØFertilizer/feed : Fertilizing mango trees can be a little
tricky. Young trees require nitrogen,
but they are sensitive to excessive nitrogen and are prone to burning.
superficial powdery growth of fungus on inflorescence, young fruits and leaves
for this spray of systemic fungicide at 12-15days interval.
brown spot on flowers and all over the leaf surface for this Diseased leaves, flowers, twigs and
fruits lying on the floor of the orchard should be collected and all infected
twigs from the tree should be pruned and burnt.
Øthe bark, leaves, flowers, and fruits are
used to treat many ailments of the stomach
ØThe bark of the mango tree is an
astringent that is used in diphtheria and rheumatism.
ØThe gum is used to heal cracked feet and