mango tree never produces fruit

bangna63(Bangkok)July 19, 2014

I have a mango tree that never fruits. Here is a rough bio:

-7 years old
-approx 15 feet high
-2nd year produced a few (maybe 10) buds then tiny fruit the size of a pea but they all dropped off and died
-located outskirts of Bangkok
-my neighbour 3 doors down fruits prolifically
-pruned every 2 years or so up to now
-not sure of the exact variety
-not sure if it was a graft or not (any way of telling?)

Any general advice from more experienced growers than I?

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glib(5.5)

sure. there is a Tropical Fruits forum. all the mango experts are there.

    Bookmark   July 19, 2014 at 10:59AM
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