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Growing Mango from seeds

You should sow freshly harvested seeds to get the best germination results. Soak the seeds in water with a temperature of around 20–25 °C for about 2–6 hours.

After soaking, sow the seeds in the soil (light, sandy soil) and keep the temperature of the pot at a temperature of at least 20–25 °C. Seeds sprout within 1–3 weeks. Young seedlings should be kept in a moderate sunny position.

If you are living in a tropical area, you can plant Mango plants in your garden. If you are living in the areas where cold or frost occurs, it is necessary to keep the Mango plants indoors or in greenhouses.

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Thursday 20th August 2009 23:36 | print | Exotic plants, Tropical fruits

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