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choc anon / chokanan mango polyembryonic?

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Does anyone know if choc anon / chokanan mangoes are polyembryonic?
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Mango Mike says...
Choc Anon mangoes are Polyembryonic....
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Markmelb says...
its a Mono - tried a couple years ago and seedlings still alive but not growing that great or look nice - suggest you try Keitt or Palmer instead as grow nice seedlings - they are mono but Honey Gold sometimes has a poly seed - chokonan has a very unusual buttery-peachy taste - I cant wait to try Alphonso oneday?
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Mango Mike says...
I have also grown Choc Annon from seed & did get multiple seedlings from the one seed therefore Choc Annon is polyembryonic..... Must agree with Markmelb if you want to get a good polyembryonic mango from seed look at the OZ mangoes nearly all are poly except for Calpyso...
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