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* Mango Tree *

Posted by brysonprice Zone 8 (bjp0077@unt.edu) on
Mon, Jun 15, 09 at 17:09

I started a mango from seed and everything grew fine. It was about 6 inches when i left for vacation. I had someone water it while I was gone. When I came back, it grew another stem! How did this happen? I'm certain I only planted 1 seed!

Here's a pic:

http://i187.photobucket.com/albums/x292/bigbonthabeat/DSC09515.jpg

Mango seed with 2 stems


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RE: * Mango Tree *

Some mangoes as well as other species have polyembryonic seeds so you can easily get more than one plant per seed. These are frequently true-to-type (the same as the mother tree). If you can easily separate them and they have their own roots, then thats what's going on.Paul.


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RE: * Mango Tree *

  • Posted by tammysf 9b/10a or sz15/16 (My Page) on
    Thu, Jul 2, 09 at 17:49

U may want to check out tropical fruits forum. Stanofh just posted about this


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