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AntoineTp starts with ...
Can you or do you have Fijian Mango
Think it's called Baco
It's a long big mango
If not sure
Just google fijian mango and you will see
Cheers
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Mango Mike says...
This mango doesn't appear in the Oz gene pool so not likely to be in OZ.....
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24th April 2018 8:04am
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Antoine

Can you please provide a detailed description (size, shape, weight, color) of the fruit and whether it is a green eating or a dessert mango. Does it have a close similarity with one of the mangoes grown here in Australia? Or if you have seen it upload a picture. With more info we might be able to pinpoint and track down your favorite mango.

Happy gardening :-)
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AntoineTp says...
Ok thanks
I have bought it from Asian fruit shop.
Was hoping to get the tree.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Antoine

We have to identify the type of mango fruit first before you can get the tree. There are hundreds of named mango varieties excluding the unknown ones. So its like trying to find the needle in a haystack literally if you don't have a clue. At least with the needle and haystack scenario we already know what we are looking for a 'needle'.

Happy gardening :-)
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