Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Spring Cat
Spring CatChoose one of these 4 plants to get 40% offlooking for staffA multi coloured relative of silverbeet
Forum Rules | Updates
<< Back to Daleys Fruit Tree Forum

Shaping a mango tree

    2 responses

harro starts with ...
In March I bought a kensington pride mango it is only now starting to grow by the way we live in Perth.
My problem is it is nearly 1.3 metres tall where they have pruned it branch out and it has two branches. I feel that is too high would I be able to cut it lower now in august I know it should be done after harvest but seeing as it is young could I do it now. If I do it later I feel I will Lose all this sumers growth. I paid about $60 so I don't want to lose it. Hope someone can help.
About the Author
harro
perth
16th August 2013 5:02pm
#UserID: 2274
Posts: 16
View All harro's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
nicg says...
Hi Harro,
I live in Gwelup, have experience with mangoes, you are welcome to give a call with your concerns.
Cheers
Nick
About the Author
nicg
gwelup
16th August 2013 5:13pm
#UserID: 7693
Posts: 46
View All nicg's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
nicg says...
Sorry forgot Harro my no. is 0488 026 614
About the Author
nicg
gwelup
16th August 2013 5:15pm
#UserID: 7693
Posts: 46
View All nicg'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