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Ibis starts with ...
My Mango is starting to flower. I live in Mandurah 80km south of Perth. Should I let it flower?
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Lorraine
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Mango Mike says...
If your overnight temps. are under 12degrees remove the flower stems.... They should reflower in appox 4 to 6 weeks & the weather should be hotter....Mike
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Farouk says...
Hi Ibis,

how old is the tree, what season is in it Perth right now? What's your average temp this time of year?

Put up a photo will help, depending on the time of year, location, season & age of tree.
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15th July 2019 11:23am
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Ibis says...
Hi Farouk
Mango is about 12 years old. Average temps here are 18c /10c
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Ibis
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Ibis says...
Thanks Mike, temps here average 18c/10c
We did have a warmish June.
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Mike Tr says...
Wouldn't do that in Cairns even if temps were 8c or 9c for the last week.
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Amanda says...
This might be some help Ibis - and I am just down the road.
I have removed all my flowers because experience has shown me that the rain we get at this time of the year and into early spring - ruins pollination and can often cause fungal growth in the flowers anyway.
You will get secondary flowering later - from side buds...

Mike Tr - it's drier where you are now - but have you ever cut off flowers to see if the secondary flowering carries as much fruit?

I have chopped all the flowers off our Mahachonok - just to see what the crop might be like for the second flower flush.
It's our rainy season here - pretty much until sometime in Sept. Sometimes our springs are dry other times soaking wet...

https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/forum/late-season-mangoes-in-warm-temperate-climates/
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