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Mango fruiting

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kumarv starts with ...
I have had an Alfonso mango grown in a large pot in Melbourne - growing beautifully tall and has helthy leaves and stems

But I am interested in tricks to promote flowering and fruiting. I have heard of keeping the plant dry but love other suggestions!!

Thanks

Kumar
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PAVEL says...
I have heard that mangoes like a slightly acidic environment - perhaps research this to see if true! Best of luck.

Is yours in a greenhouse where it can stay warm and humid?
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