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Think I can get condo mangos to fruit in a grow room in MO?

Posted by rcantor Z6 NW Missouri (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 27, 13 at 1:55

I'm looking at Carrie, Nam Doc Mai and Mallika mangos. I grow figs and some citrus, bringing them indoors in the winter into a grow room. Any chance I could get a Mango to fruit? Which of these do you think would end up giving me the best tasting (and most) fruits?

Thanks.


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RE: Think I can get condo mangos to fruit in a grow room in MO?

My vote goes for Pickering...its a dwarf mango tree and is a prolific variety...mine produced the very next season I got it...google it and see if its something you might want to grow. Good luck!!

Here's my inground Pickering planted May 2012...


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RE: Think I can get condo mangos to fruit in a grow room in MO?

Here it is Today...only 13 months later. Granted it is planted in the ground but I've never had a mango tree grow this fast in only 13 months, I'm sure it won't grow this fast in a container but it should grow a little faster than most of the dwarf varieties?

I already picked one delicous ripe fruit and I still have 3 small fruits to look forward to...One of the best mangoes I've ever had IMHO.


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