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Mango Ataulfo, Kent, Palmer, Haden, Tommy Atkins, Keitt


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Unidades Lote: 1 unidad
Área Venta: Europa / America / Asia
Origen Producto: Peru Brasil Mexico
Preparación: 45 días

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Mango Ataulfo, Kent, Palmer, Haden, Tommy Atkins, Keitt
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Origen del producto:
Peru Brasil Mexico
Área de Venta:
Europa / America / Asia


Florida 1944. Direct descendant of the Brooks cultivar, derived from the Sandersha seedling. The fruit is a regular oval shape, large 20 - 26 ounces, with plump cheeks, greenish-yellow color with red shoulder. Very rich and sweet with fiber-free flesh (slices clean to the pit - like butter when ripe!) A softer mango, that really should not be put to the squeeze test.
Florida early 1920s. Mango cultivar developed and grown for commercial export. The fruit is a regular oval, medium to large sized, 12 to 24 ounces, yellowish-orange with deep red to purple blush, thicker skinned, juicy but firm with medium fiber.
Captain Haden - 1910, Florida. Originated from Mulgoba seedling, Bombay, India. The fruit is a regular oval, large, 16 - 24 ounces, yellow almost entirely washed over with an orange-red color, mild in flavor with a small amount of fiber
Indonesian type - originated from a Hawaiian seedling strain, direct descendant of the Manila mango seedling race common in Veracruz State, Mexico. - The fruit is a small, flat, oblong shape, 6 - 12 ounces, greenish yellow to deep golden when ripe; delicious, very sweet, rich in flavor and close to fiber free. (butter!)
Indian strain thought to have originated, like the Haden, from a seedling of Mulgoba 1945, Homestead, Florida. The fruit is a large (20-26 oz.) ovate tapering with slight nose-like protuberance above its tip. Green to orange-yellow as it ripens; firm flesh with a piney sweetness and minimal fiber surrounding the seed area. A late fruiting mango, often available into fall.