Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Bare root fruit trees last chance for 2022
Bare root fruit trees last chance for 2022Gardening AustraliaJuicy MangoAstringent and non-astringent varieties
Forum Rules | Updates
<< Back to Daleys Fruit Tree Forum

Mango planted from seed is producing seedless mangos

    4 responses

Inelli starts with ...
Hi, I have no idea what Mango I planted four years ago from seed but it has started fruiting this year. It is in a large pot and had a dozen mangos, with one really large mango that have a small husk pretty much zero fiber and lots of flesh. When I pryed open the husk it had no seed. We opened all of the ones that have ripened and found them all to be seedless.
Little to no fiber and seedless.
If I put up some pictures would someone give me an idea of what type of mango it could be? It's very strange.
Pictures - Click to enlarge

Picture: 1
  
About the Author
Skye
Perth
14th March 2018 6:24pm
#UserID: 18110
Posts: 2
View All Skye's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
Original Post was last edited: 19th March 2018 4:50pm
Mango Mike says...
Looks like a Kensington Pride / Relative of..... Mike
About the Author
Mango Mike
KARRABIN,4306,QLD
15th March 2018 7:15pm
#UserID: 14877
Posts: 115
View All Mango Mike's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Inelli

According to some mango gurus, continued low temperatures during flowering (15C and below) will hamper complete pollination, fertilization and fruit development which might cause the production of seedless underdeveloped fruit like yours.

If your mango will consistently produce seedless and fiberless fruit year after year then you have yourself a rare seedless mango tree which scientist are desperately trying to create for close to a decade now. So closely watch your mango tree. You can even apply a PBR later on and sell the rights to the biggies afterwards for a princely sum.

Happy Gardening :-)
About the Author
Fruitylicious1
TAMWORTH,2340,NSW
18th March 2018 1:51pm
#UserID: 16885
Posts: 709
View All Fruitylicious1's Edible Fruit Trees

Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(1) LIKE this Question (0)
People who Like this Answer: MelbFruit

Original Post was last edited: 18th March 2018 1:55pm
Scott 10 says...
Agree with Mike, looks like a KP
About the Author
Scott 10
THORNLANDS,4164,QLD
23rd March 2018 10:23pm
#UserID: 13199
Posts: 30
View All Scott 10's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
Cher says...
Hello,
I’ve been googling like crazy as I also have encountered mangos that husk is empty and contains no seed. I can’t find anything on it but have stumbled across this forum. The trees that I have collected from have all been seedless not just one, and they are massive so they would be decades old. Very interested to find out how and why this happens :)
Pictures - Click to enlarge

Picture: 1
  
About the Author
Cher
BUCASIA 4750 QLD Australia
15th November 2022 12:02am
#UserID: 31559
Posts: 1
View All Cher's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)

REPLY to this forum

Login or Create Account

<< Back to Daleys Fruit Tree Forum