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Staking Mango tree

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krishna.nakarja starts with ...
Hi, I have a grafted Nam Doc which has branched off (photos attached). Do you think I should stake the branches or support them in any way?
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Krishna
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Edward3 says...
No need to stake them for now, but check on the internet how to manage mango tree shape through regular pruning. It is highly recommended.
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TyalgumPhil says...
Id be inclined to remove the side branches for a stronger trunk down the track. Wait til its about 1.5 metres before you allow branching to occur. It looks like you have a good healthy leader there
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