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mango flower spike has black forming

Posted by yaslan 8 WA (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 8, 10 at 11:04


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RE: mango flower spike has black forming

fungus. Graham is a Julie seedling that is much more resilient to anthracnose, but no mango is completely resistant of it down here when it gets humid and dewy


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RE: mango flower spike has black forming

Thanks mango - kush. Should I prune the black parts off or do away with all the flower spikes? Though, I was hoping to at least see flowers?

June and the first week of July was a very cool and wet month. But these last few days we've had temps in the 90's and it's suppose to hit 100 degrees today.


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