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Pedro starts with ...
My Nam Doc Mai Mango growing in a container in Geelong Vic is putting on new growth every year, and flowering too. It sets fruit, but the fruit is very small - about the size of a thumbnail when mature whilst the tree is carrying another set of flowers.

Is the fruit size going to increase as the tree matures?I'm foliar feeding only, as even liquid fertilisers have caused root burn in the past.
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Mango Mike says...
What is the tree size ??? How big is the pot you have it in..... Mango trees can produce flowers & fruit but if the night time temps are below 10 the tree will not set fruit or only what you get which are called nubbins.... Some people eat these in their salads...... Mike
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