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Maintaining Mango Garden

Postby jennyferry » Aug 06, 2013 12:50 am

I have purchased mango garden 3 years before, every year since then yielding is reducing. In spite of giving water one tree is gradually on the verge of death.
Please suggest me best ways to do pruning. The size of the fruit also reduced from 800 gms per fruit to 200gms per fruit. This garden is 12 years old with 120 trees.
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Re: Maintaining Mango Garden

Postby Jersm » Aug 06, 2013 10:22 am

anyway you can provide images of the sick one vs others and such.

maye any marks or scabs or other marks that might hint to diseases or somethin
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Re: Maintaining Mango Garden

Postby jennyferry » Aug 09, 2013 6:06 am

Jersm wrote:anyway you can provide images of the sick one vs others and such.

maye any marks or scabs or other marks that might hint to diseases or somethin

I m going to farm next week, so i will give you then
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Re: Maintaining Mango Garden

Postby barmer » Apr 02, 2014 2:17 am

maintaining mango garden is really a tough task. you have to take care of all the trees by watering them and also pouring disinfectants to save from the insects.
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