MANGO - NAM DOC MAI
Thai-type mango with green-yellow skin, sweet, tender and juicy with an excellent flavour. Regular cropper in cooler climates.It is elongated and tapers to a long point. They contain little acid and are fibreless. Susceptible to Anthracnose, resistant to Black Spot. Size 375gms. It is esteemed by Asian cultures as a pickled fruit, or as one eaten green or ripe.
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Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)
Plants required to Pollinate
1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?
Amount of leaves in Winter?
All Leaves (Evergreen)
Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas
Suitability in Pots
Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest
Sun or Shade
Preferred Soil Type
March, April, May
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Question & Answer
how long does it take for this grafted tree take to fruit. From:
Grafted trees can flower and produce fruit straight away, however we recommend that you remove all the flowers and fruit from your young grafted mango for the first two years to allow your tree to establish into a strong healthy plant before letting the fruit mature as otherwise it will put all its energy into the fruit. You want your young tree to put its energy into roots and shoots for the first two years. Your tree also needs to be large enough to comfortably hold the weight of the mature fruit. Ideally it should be about 2m tall when you let it fruit for the first time.
Is it possible to grow Nam Doc Mai in a pot in SA and keep it to reasonable size and get fruit? From: ST PETERS SA
Mangoes are tropical and require a warm frost free position to thrive and be productive. You could grow the Nam Doc Mai in a pot, a 35L container will grow one to about 2m. It will require regular feeding and repot every couple of years to keep it healthy.
is the Nam doc a dwarf variety as that is what we are looking From: ROCKHAMPTON NORTH QLD
The Nam Doc Mai is not a dwarf, it will grow to about 5m. Have a look at the #DwarfMango1530 #DwarfMango2349 or #DwarfMango670 for dwarf selections of mango
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