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Rs. 499.00
Common name:
Mango Baramasi
Regional name:
Marathi - Amba, Hindi - Aam
Fruit Plants, Trees, Medicinal Plants
Anacardiaceae or Mango or Cashew family

1. Introduction to Mango Baramasi

Mango Baramasi, also known as Mangifera indica 'Baramasi,' is a popular variety of mango tree that originates from India. It is well-known for its delicious, sweet fruit, and its ability to bear fruit throughout the year. The Baramasi mango tree is a hardy plant that can adapt to a variety of climates and soil types, making it an ideal choice for home gardens and commercial orchards.

2. Plantation

  • Site Selection: Choose a location with well-draining soil, preferably loamy or sandy. The site should receive plenty of sunlight, ideally 6-8 hours daily.
  • Spacing: Plant the trees at least 8-10 meters apart to allow for adequate air circulation and root growth.
  • Planting Time: The best time to plant Baramasi mango trees is during the monsoon season, which typically runs from June to September.

3. Growing

  • Watering: Water the tree deeply and regularly during the first year, then reduce the frequency as the tree becomes established. Be careful not to overwater, as this can lead to root rot.
  • Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer to the tree during the growing season to promote healthy growth and fruit production.
  • Pruning: Prune the tree annually to maintain a manageable size and shape, remove dead or diseased branches, and encourage fruit production.

4. Care

  • Pest and Disease Control: Monitor the tree for pests such as mealybugs, aphids, and mango hoppers. Use organic or chemical pesticides as needed to control infestations. Watch for diseases like anthracnose and powdery mildew, and apply appropriate fungicides if necessary.
  • Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch around the base of the tree to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.
  • Support: Provide support for young trees by staking them to ensure proper growth and prevent damage from strong winds.

5. Harvesting Mango Baramasi trees typically start producing fruit 3-5 years after planting. Harvest the mangoes when they are fully ripe, which is usually indicated by a slight color change and a fruity aroma.

6. Benefits

  • Delicious Fruit: Baramasi mangoes are known for their sweet, juicy flavor and can be enjoyed fresh, in juices, or in various culinary dishes.
  • Year-round Production: Unlike many other mango varieties, Baramasi mango trees produce fruit throughout the year, providing a continuous supply of delicious mangoes.
  • Economic Value: Mango Baramasi trees are an excellent choice for commercial orchards due to their hardiness, adaptability, and continuous fruit production.
  • Environmental Benefits: Mango trees, including the Baramasi variety, are excellent carbon sequestrators and can help combat climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Additionally, they provide habitat for various birds and insects.