What to do with the low branches on mango?
My Cat-Hoa-Loc, a suppose to be very famous Vietnamese variety I bought from TopT this spring, is sending many low new growths closer to ground, but above graft line. The top also has two new big branches. Should I cut off these low new growths or just leave them alone to help build up the root system and the trunk? They are just about 1" above the graft line which is about 1" above the ground. Here are some photos. I'm sure a normal properly prune tree should not have the 1" off the ground branches. What should I do?